Something written 2000 years ago in that different of a culture can’t be relevant today, right?
Many of us are too comfortable simply “inviting Jesus into our lives” while withholding from him the highest honors of our lives much like when Simon invited Jesus into his home but did not go out of his way to honor him any further.
If Jesus taught an exclusive message of how people can escape an eternal hell and receive eternal life instead, yet they teach an inclusive message that contradicts his, then theirs is the message that is of condemnation – not his. Let me explain.
This post brings clarity to the question by considering the core teachings of the Church of Latter-Day Saints alongside biblical doctrines about the same matters, including: The nature of God, eternal salvation, and creation.
If God is all-powerful and good, then why does He allow pain in the world and what is His response to it?
Not going to church definitely does not disqualify a person from being a Christian, but his reasons for not going to church very well could.
I hope it’s now clear to you that our country is sacrificing its children on the alters of profit and convenience. We cannot continue to mindlessly accept and regurgitate the lies that are used to justify their slaughter.
The Oxford Dictionaries selected “post-truth” as 2016’s International Word of the Year. The dictionary defines the term as “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than are appeals to emotion and personal belief,” or paraphrased, post- truth describes a worldview in which people believe their emotions... Continue Reading →