When I refer to “righteousness terminology” in the title of this post, and any following on this subject, I’m talking about those words which have the Greek root dik (the Greek words in this post are transliterated with English letters). The words “righteous”, (dikaios); “righteousness” (diakaiosune); “justify”, (dikaioo). Obviously, in Greek dikaioo, “justify”, is related … More Righteousness Terms and the New Perspective, Part One: O.T., by Jeffery Smith
Francis Schaeffer in his work entitled, Pollution and the Death of Man: The Christian View of Ecology pointed out that, “Near the end of his life, Charles Darwin”, the man who was so influential in developing the theory of evolution, “acknowledged several times in his writings that two things had become dull to him as … More Aesthetics and a Christian Worldview by Jeffery Smith
I was reading Spurgeon recently and in a section of one of his sermons he took up the very practical pastoral question as to why some who are to some degree anxious about their souls can never seem to find peace. They seem to be concerned at times and enquiring after salvation but never obtaining. … More Peace Sought but Not Found: Why?