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Church Diagnostics: Compromise (Letter 3 of 7)

In case you missed it, here is the introduction to this series, as we look into the seven letters written to the seven churches in Revelation 2-3. My attempt is to harmonize the letters with Church History as well as to use it as a sort of diagnosis on today’s churches, looking at the possible pitfalls […]

Church Diagnostics: Blind Faith (Letter 2 of 7)

In case you missed it, here is the introduction to this series, as we look into the seven letters written to the seven churches in Revelation 2-3. My attempt is to harmonize the letters with Church History as well as to use it as a sort of diagnosis on today’s churches, looking at the possible pitfalls […]

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Church Diagnostics: Self-Dependence (Letter 1 of 7)

In case you missed it, here is the introduction to this series, as we look into the seven letters written to the seven churches in Revelation 2-3. My attempt is to harmonize the letters with Church History as well as to use it as a sort of diagnosis on today’s churches, looking at the possible pitfalls […]

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Church Diagnostics: An Introduction

The seven letters to the seven churches in Revelation 2-3 have long been a mystery as to their purpose and specific audience. Several alternatives have been used in order to properly interpret these strange letters: 1. Argument: Cultural Application – The letters are purely cultural, meant only for the churches referenced – the seven being in Asia Minor, what […]

Orthodoxy: Dry, Outdated Religiosity?

I recently (today!) finished a very good book by Alister McGrath named Heresy: A History of Defending the Truth. Being a great admirer of this writer’s ample knowledge and writing ability, I was eager to read this book, as it deals with heresy on not only a historical, but a theological and philosophical level. I […]