Category Archives: Spiritual Growth

Happiness

Dr. David Horner (D.Phil, Oxford University), gives a talk on the pursuit of happiness in the Christian life. Advertisements

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Hanging With Couples

Here is a quote from a great post by Chris Damian at Spiritual Friendship. I recently met a young man (we’ll call him Joel) who had been dating a young woman for a couple of years. Early on, Joel and … Continue reading

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Patience and Bearing Fruit

Scott Rae, the chair of the philosophy department here at Talbot, gave a talk on vocation at the beginning of this semester.  Tim Pickavance, a philosophy professor, said something along the lines of “Your ministry right now is to be … Continue reading

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An Article on Singleness

I haven’t been posting much lately.  Sorry about that.  In this post I’ll simply be sharing an article I just read on the Bible, marriage, and loneliness.  Enjoy. In the rest of Scripture, God makes it clear that His remedy … Continue reading

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Letham on the Trinity

In summary, the Father loves the Son, sends the Son, and glorifies the Son.  He also sends the Holy Spirit in Jesus’ name, in response to his request, and is worshiped in the Son and in the Spirit.  He and … Continue reading

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Spiritual Friendship

As a single guy, friendship has become more important to me over the years as a source of relational intimacy. Wesley Hill gives a great Biola chapel talk on friendship for the church.

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Knowing God vs. Knowing God

To know facts about something is to have propositional knowledge.  To have propositional knowledge is to know the truth value of certain propositions.  However, not all knowledge is propositional knowledge.  As Richard Feldman states You might think that to know … Continue reading

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