Truth becomes hard if it is not softened by love; love becomes soft if it is not strengthened by truth. (Tremper Longman III – An Introduction to the Old Testament)
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Is there a place for propositional truth?
A discussion over at NeoBaptist on crafting belief statements has led to an interesting discussion the place of propositional truth in Christian witnessing and discipleship. More recently I commented: Joe, as is hopefully becoming clearer, I tend to see ANY imbalance as problematic, so I don’t disagree with the counter examples you raise. I see hypercalvinismContinue reading “Is there a place for propositional truth?”
Truth: Who owns who?
I was meditating this morning and the words came to me: You don’t own the truth The truth owns you I found myself drawn down into a space where I was thinking, “Isn’t claiming to ‘own’ the truth just like saying we ‘own’ God? It puts truth in a box. Yet the bible affirms thatContinue reading “Truth: Who owns who?”