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The Holy Spirit

Separate Spheres & Distinct Roles in the Trinity & in Marriage? (John 5:18-30)

July 10th, 2014

Some Christians believe the Trinity is a model for marriage. Does the Trinity model distinct roles and separate spheres? Is there a hierarchy and subordination in the Divine? Continue reading»

The Portrayal of Women in the Bible and Biblical Inspiration

September 7th, 2012

One of the reasons I trust the unique inspiration of the Bible is because of what it says about women, or, more to the point, what it doesn’t say about women. Continue reading»

The Holy Spirit and Equality in the Book of Acts

August 28th, 2012

In the earliest days of Christianity the Holy Spirit’s presence was both a great energiser and equalizer. The Holy Spirit continues to foster equality, and my hope is that I am working with him and not against him. Continue reading»

At the Foot of the Cross?

June 14th, 2011

Should we place our sins, problems, and burdens at the metaphorical “Foot of the Cross”? Or should we hand them over to God the Father through the real, resurrected, and exalted Jesus Christ, our intercessor? [800 words] Continue reading»

Speaking in Tongues and Xenoglossia

March 30th, 2011

Here is a brief overview of the Scriptures that mention speaking in tongues. I also give a very brief account of the beginning of the Pentecostal Movement which began in 1900. And I describe my personal experience with xenoglossia. Continue reading»

Being Filled with the Spirit

February 5th, 2011

This is my theological understanding (supported by numerous Bible verses), as well as my personal experience, of being filled with the Holy Spirit. Continue reading»

Following Jesus, Led by the Holy Spirit

September 8th, 2009

Jesus relied on the Holy Spirit’s power and guidance during his earthly ministry. We should too, now that Jesus is in heaven and the Spirit has been sent as his replacement. Following Jesus means being led by the Spirit. Continue reading»

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