At the very heart of Christianity is the relationship between humanity and The Divine. This relationship manifests itself on both the individual and collective level. But the inconvenient truth about the Church not living up to its calling remains. It still is a long way before the Christendom can finally return to how it ought to be. Only when the walls of religiosity is torn down will humanity be able to see The Divine as who He really is. Only then will human flourishing really reach its peak.
As the second wave of positive psychology move towards adopting a more holistic approach in their view towards psychology, the Christian Church should also relook at the doctrine of salvation and the role sin plays within it. Recognising the sinful nature of humanity may be the key to bringing people to the Truth and setting people free with it.
For thousands of years, we have been incorporating our limited understanding on God’s boundless being to interpret the Scriptures. It is time we remove socio-cultural influences that clouds our interpretation of the Bible and relook it for The Truth God is trying to say to us.
Marriages aren’t the doings of men. Marriages are the doings of God. And to have an appropriate understanding of marriage, we need to peel back our concept of time and understand marriage from eternity.
When two global superpowers collide, be sure that religious persecutions will accompany it. The only difference between the religious persecution … More
The post below is a translation from a post titled, “当父亲和儿子成为真父亲和真儿子, 复兴就会临到家庭、教会与国家” written by Lin Zi Qian (林子骞) about a … More
The Lord said to me, “Go, show your love to your wife again, though she is loved by another man and is … More
“Shame, say I, and a thousand times shame, upon so feeble a religion as that which can tolerate the awful … More
They will be paid back with harm for the harm they have done. Their idea of pleasure is to carouse … More
So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love. — 1 Corinthians 13:13, … More