The Kingdom of Heaven, the Kingdom of God, Eternal Life and the Both/And

By: Dave Froneman (my dear Father-in-law) At the tender age of six, the inevitability of death occurred to me and became part of my life. Life and death. I think it is good and even healthy to be thinking about death, but when one thinks about death MORE than life (as I often did) perhaps … Continue reading The Kingdom of Heaven, the Kingdom of God, Eternal Life and the Both/And

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Sometimes I’m An Atheist (According to Psalm 14 & 53)

Many people are familiar with Psalm 14:1 and 53:1, where an ancient song-writer named David wrote "The fool says in his heart, 'There's no God.'" You may have used it to Bible-bash a modern atheist when she was giving you detailed scientific and philosophical arguments against God's existence which made you feel insecure. Or perhaps … Continue reading Sometimes I’m An Atheist (According to Psalm 14 & 53)

Should Christians Read or Watch Harry Potter? My Journey with Harry and Jesus.

My parents never encouraged my brothers and me to join Harry Potter mania. I loyally avoided the movies and dodged the books (except for a short period of clandestine disobedience in which I read the first few books under the cover of darkness). To many of you this may seem pretty silly. What is wrong … Continue reading Should Christians Read or Watch Harry Potter? My Journey with Harry and Jesus.

Is God an Environmentalist? Should We Care About the Earth?

[Last month I looked at the question "Is God a Feminist?" I thought we should continue this theme of looking at God's character in line with 21st century issues.] Questions, ideas and opinions about the environment are everywhere. Threats of global warming and climate change have created a ubiquitous concern for our planet. Businesses and … Continue reading Is God an Environmentalist? Should We Care About the Earth?