Tag Archives: Discernment

The Conflict of Two Wisdoms – 1 Corinthians 1-3

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            As expressed in previous articles, it is essential that we know the Biblical development of a topic based on prime texts that address it. When discussing the Biblical approach to theology and doctrine, we would be at a loss to miss the clarity of 1 Corinthians 1-3. In it God has declared the supremacy of His wisdom as well […]

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Discernment – The Need for Christians to Judge

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“We need to stop judging one another” has been the rallying cry of Evangelicalism for a number of years now. Yes, we need to be more considerate of our idiosyncratic differences. Yes, we cannot constantly accuse believers of bad motives, when we simply can’t see their heart. But has the constant preaching of the phrase “Judge not, lest you be […]

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The Christian and His Relationship to Politics

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In our North American Evangelical culture today the Christian and his relationship to the political world is hotly debated. Democratic principles have allowed people to actually have a say – or think they have a say – in how their country is run, and since many believers have been raised in this atmosphere a seemingly inevitable compromise with Scripture has […]

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