Tag Archives: contemporary culture

Church is Like Breathing (& Other Free Flowing Ideas)

A church meeting is like breathing: 1) Someone can program and control it; or 2) People can let go and let it flow. What would happen if a group of believers would begin to gather, not merely to sing and … Continue reading

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It’s Time For Interactive Church Services!

People living in our 21st Century culture of constant interactive media, need more than a passive, authoritarian, spectator church service.  Maybe they need engagement and participation!  Perhaps a church service needs to be more than a Sunday morning love lecture.  … Continue reading

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“First we practice sin, then defend it, then boast of it.” –Thomas Manton

Posted in choice, corrupt culture, criticism, defend, defense, denial, depravity, depression, disapproval, discomfort, dishonesty, disrespect, human nature, human rights, judge, judgment, lifestyles, meaning, moral failures, moral principles, moral restraints, morality, morality-phobic, morals, post-Christianity, rebellion, recovery, repent, repentance, seduction, seduction of self-destruction, self, self-destruction, self-produced, selfish desires | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

11 Myths Our Culture Loves

Many people like to believe that our contemporary culture is rational and logical and is not subject to myths.  However, that just isn’t true.  Our society has many myths and gods.  Here are a few of them: Modern Myth #11 … Continue reading

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