Tag Archives: walk by the spirit

Faith and Works: A Brief Summary

This was an email response: I suppose that “faith alone then after than you’ll need works” is a good summation of what I believe. On the other hand, you have to know something else about what I believe to really … Continue reading

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The Grand Results of Living by the Spirit

What benefits I would reap if I could just reject evolution and accept (the evangelical version of) salvation by faith alone! I know how things work in a business. It doesn’t matter what you are getting paid today or what … Continue reading

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Romans and Calvinism: an Excursion

I’m doing a series on Calvinism and Predestination here on this blog, but I want to make a quick side trip. I mentioned in the last post that Romans has a series of arguments concerning Jews and Gentiles and the … Continue reading

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Low-Carb Christianity: How to Continue to the End

Today, at the chiropractor’s office, I read that the problem with low-carb diets is that people can’t stick to them. I’d heard that before. People who go on the Atkins’ diet have been tested, and the results are amazing. Not … Continue reading

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The Simplicity of Christ

In 2 Cor. 11:3, the apostle Paul says that he doesn’t want our minds to be “destroyed” from the simplicity of Christ. You have to be careful about making too much of Greek definitions, but in 2 Cor. 11:3, I … Continue reading

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