Morality and Discipline

Morality is the attempt to do the right thing, whether I have the skills or ability to do it or not. Discipline is practice, repetition, stick-to-itiveness, so that I can develop the skills or ability to do what my will and body want me to do. Religion tells me to be moral. Christianity tells me …

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Stirred, not Shaken (part 2 of 2)

In the 18th and 19th centuries, continental theologians were developing a theological framework that focused on "the mighty acts of God." Scripture, and the Old Testament especially, was interpreted through the lens of a series of mighty acts of salvation that God accomplished in consummating the divine plan. Building upon this conceptual framework, extending it …

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