John Ruffle | PentecostalTheology.com
This is theology in action: all this talk of this frankly theoretical subject if predestination applies in how we regard Islamic terrorists. Are they destined to destruction, or might sone get saved if we preach fearlessly? The application here will (or should?) inform our views on asykum seekers from Syria. Also: how can Christian communities exercise our SPECIAL responsibility toward Christian refugees?
John Kissinger [11/18/2015 6:36 AM]
Kenneth Gentles [11/18/2015 10:23 AM]
What should inform our view is the wastful spending to evangelize Israel over these many many years, which hardly yielded much results. Now some of the territories that needed our medical, educational etc. intervention was not given much consideration. I’m yet to hear of a master plan to help the areas mostly in need.
John Kissinger [11/18/2015 11:27 AM]
Some notes on the #GLORYofGOD here http://cupandcross.com/4-points-to-the-glory-of-god/ Timothy Carter Alan N Carla Smith Rick Wadholm Jr
David Lavoie [11/18/2015 4:45 PM]
We should always preach fearlessly. =
yet Be wise As serpents
and innocent As Doves.
(Don’t Just Charge a wolf pack with a bowl a manna~)