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Turning Theology into Spiritual Life

I was asked about harmonizing NT Wright’s “New Perspective on Paul” with the Keswick Convention and Watchman Nee’s “Deeper Life.” How do I reconcile being fond of both? Here’s my answer: I don’t really worry about harmonizing NT Wright and … Continue reading

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No Condemnation to Whom?

You may or may not have noticed, but modern translations differ significantly from the King James Version at Romans 8:1. Modern translations, like the NASB and the NIV, say that there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ … Continue reading

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Traditions and Common Sense Versus the Fullness of Divinity

I think most of us have seen and probably spent time considering the following verse. Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the basic principles of the world, and not … Continue reading

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The “Easy” Part of the Christian Walk (Continued)

I sent an email today talking about the basics of walking with Christ and of dealing with weakness. I thought it was worth sharing with you. Any of you that are mature in Christ, no matter what your background, will … Continue reading

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Walking in the Spirit

One obedience leads to another. He who is faithful in little will be faithful in much. Continue reading

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