Tag: questions

Are we asking the right questions?

This TED talk raises some interesting questions to think through. A mentor of mine said: “If you ask the wrong questions you’re likely to come to the wrong conclusions.” Agree or disagree, the video gives us some things to thing through. A big one… Continue Reading “Are we asking the right questions?”

Book review: No One Like Him by John S. Feinberg

Defined systematic theology as that branch of theology which studies the whole of Scripture and presents the results on the basis of logical connection, detailing what the scriptures mean in our contemporary context. This is the greatest strength of Feinberg’s work on the Doctrine… Continue Reading “Book review: No One Like Him by John S. Feinberg”

Millennials: Hey world, I have a soul!

Millennials are about the rediscovering of the human soul. I read lately about “Millennials.” Depending on what definition you go by, I am one or I am not one; I consider myself one. Time tables are largely arbitrary. What amazes me about Millennials is… Continue Reading “Millennials: Hey world, I have a soul!”