Monthly Archives: May 2015

Our Greatest Challenge

Today’s question comes from Marcus, a new reader.  He asks: “In your position as pastor, what is the biggest challenge you think we face these days in trying to live lives of spiritual meaning?” There are so many directions I … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With Me?

Today’s question comes from Yvette.  She wrote: “What is wrong with me?? You see, I am not per se’ religious.  I believe there is a God, but I am not Christian. I believe that there was a Jesus– but only … Continue reading

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New Age

Today’s question comes from Janet, a new participant in our blog community.  Here’s what she wrote:   “I believe you know the path of NEW AGE RELIGION and how the adversary uses everything that ‘sounds right’ to lure the elect away … Continue reading

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Plan or Choice?

Today’s question comes from Yvette.  She wrote: “Do you believe that we are in control of our destiny, or is it all in the hands of God? And if we are in charge of our destiny, then why do we … Continue reading

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Who Is Jesus and What Language Do We Use in Worship?

Today’s question comes from Stevie.  She wrote: “My daughter asked this question in a theology class at her Jesuit college. (paraphrased, of course.) ‘Buddha is not considered to be divine. People who follow his teachings are called Buddhists. If I … Continue reading

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Campaigns

Today’s question comes from Sharon.  She wrote:  “Seems like people always have to have a campaign. At one time it was divorce, then speaking in tongues, music, etc. now, it is homosexuality. Getting divorced, speaking in tongues, not speaking in … Continue reading

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Interfaith Dialogue

Today’s question comes from Beverly.  She wrote: “I have a question for you, Craig: What are the benefits of interfaith dialogue, and what is the best way to structure such a dialogue to reap those benefits? What kinds of topics … Continue reading

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