Hello, beloved, I hope this post finds you all doing well. Today I dropped the first part of a two part interview with blooger Michelle Lesley. In this episode we discuss Mrs. Lesley’s testimony, how she came to teach women, and the open letter to Beth Moore. In the next episode we get into more specifics about the connection between Mrs. Moore, the SBC, and the Twitter responses. My hope is that this interview will help clarify for anyone who does not use Twitter how things have progressed in this discussion. There’s a bit of an awkward ending, due to some technical complications. Other then that, I hope you all enjoy this episode. Michelle is a delight to talk to, and truly a blessing to be taught by! As always, dear friends, be good Berean’s and study to show yourselves approved.
Archive for July, 2019
If I told you that there are ministers of God who are homosexual, what would you think?
If I told you that none of us, in our own human sexuality, are really straight, when it comes to lining up with God’s purpose for marriage and sexuality, what would you think?
Interesting how our minds work, isn’t it?
In a recent post of mine that dealt with discussing differing perspectives regarding the LGBTQ community, while maintaining respect for one another, I was criticized for speaking on a subject that I had not personally experienced. I don’t personally think that is a valid criticism but I do understand what my friend was indicating.
To that end, I’m going to provide some links so a series of videos that were given at a conference presented by speaker, author and Pastor Sam Allberry, who shares his approach to this topic while having lived…
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Well stated…Thank yu
Read a quip by a fella who sincerely (well maybe a feigned sincerity) asked if historians of the Christian persuasion can possibly be honest by promoting the biblical narrative. Here it is.
Question: Can a biblical historian be thoroughly objective as a Christian and retain their integrity?
Ha! Perhaps this is the better question:
Does the atheist have an ounce of INTEGRITY when sitting in judgement of God and scripture?
Thus the question posed regarding historians is riddled with contradiction, and further reveals the deceptive traits in promoting ‘errors’ in the only reliable historical account of man’s origins, his progress, his regress, and his future.
But there is more. It is not so much that the atheist has issues with Joshua, trumpets, King Darius, Daniel, dreams, Mordecai, Haman, Xerxes, Esther, the hanging gardens, the Red Sea, The Tigris and Euphrates, Seth, Enos, Methuselah, King David, Shem, Japheth, Ararat, (all historical…
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