Matt Slick. CARM.ORG, Thanks for your email announcing the addition of web content concerning "Addiction." Please share these thoughts with Mr. Prigmore. Decades of experience with addicts and alcoholics, AA / AlAnon and Christian 12-step programs has informed my awareness of what works and what doesn't. (I've been personally involved in many programs.) In recent … Continue reading Islam, Addiction, and New Web Content!
"Drifting back to scripture, worship and prayer away from authored books and media?!" I don't think it's other than the spirit saying: don't be looking at those lovely pagan ideas so much.
"I urge you, brothers and sisters, to watch out for those who cause divisions and put obstacles in your way that are contrary to the teaching you have learned. Keep away from them." Ro. 16:17
Perhaps the ultimate form of rebellion is to deny the very nature that God created me to be.
When I think about it, most places don't let me bring my dog. We understand (sort of.) For instance it's conventional to think that taking a dog into a restaurant is a 'health' hazard. But Elsie is everywhere at home and we're never sick. Motels are another example. If you've ever had to look for a "pet friendly" … Continue reading Further Dogly Thoughts…
All those affected by recent SCOTUS decisions: To end our codependency with government (and shed all those negative feelings and behaviors) -- we have to choose to depend on God.
Are we convinced that Jesus is not our adversary? Occasionally we need defend Christ, even to those in the Church whom we respect. Mistaken impressions about His nature and role in our lives stunt many believers in their faith.