Tag Archives: mainstream christianity

Klin blog: Don’t Count on It

Teaser… Context: I surrendered to the gospel ministry as a teenager. Then, I attended college (Oklahoma Baptist University) to study and train for it. I never made it to seminary, though I never stopped trying to study on that level … Continue reading

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A Rough Mental Outline of Evangelism

Let’s keep it simple. If you can absorb our most recent lesson in Psalms 119, you are aware that just walking in faith is itself a witness to others. At some point, you have to put words with that walk … Continue reading

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Moral Process

We stand on the rock of humility. When we come to heart-led faith from mainstream Christian religion, we have to shed a lot of bad mental habits. This is what Romans 12:2 means, because the mainstream is worldly, clinging to … Continue reading

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It’s Always the Product

Reading through the stories on Christian news sites is really depressing. Back when I went to teacher’s college in the 1990s, there was this trendy nonsense: “It’s process, not product.” When some of the professors started saying that about our … Continue reading

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Response to ACIM Folks

I’ve gotten some queries from folks who have an affinity for A Course in Miracles and related materials. Recently that traffic appears to have risen somewhat and I felt the need for an anchored reference point on this blog regarding … Continue reading

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Working Heart

This business of heart-led living is hard work. We aren’t designed for isolation; it’s not what God intended for us. We are hard-wired to live in extended family households. Anything else is hardly living. However, revelation says a covenant family … Continue reading

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Heart of Faith: Chapter 7

Christine has asked me to share her story second hand. She’s a marvelous writer but the timing of this book caught her tied up with a lot of her own moral responsibilities. What makes her story important for us is … Continue reading

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