Day: March 22, 2010

Religious Fundamentalism: The Literal Truth and the Whole Truth

Opinions expressed here are my own, not those of the church I serve, or of any other person.   The literal truth does not allow for questioning of any kind. It solves all dilemmas, except the real ones.    The whole truth requires questioning of all kinds. It resolves no quandaries and, so, ultimately leads to …

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Apostasy: Sanctification

   Sanctification is "growing in holiness." Holiness is to become a habit, as is growth in holiness. It is most difficult to do, less difficult to understand.    Sanctification is a "state of grace," not the result of a "legal decision," but rather as the consequence of an "established relationship." Sanctification, then, is a present …

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