It’s All Greek to Me – Learning Biblical Greek 1.0 (continued)

…Something doesn’t smell right. In the plethora of apps that pop up when you type “greek alphabet” how is a bad review so prominant? While a competitor for Gk alphabet enthusiasts cold har cash is possible. I think it more likely the reviewer could not crack the fact the admittedly confusingly labeled “speaker” button actuallyContinue reading “It’s All Greek to Me – Learning Biblical Greek 1.0 (continued)”

Feed My Sheep – John 21:17d

Beloved, I’m trying a new thing this year. For those interested, I wish to offer an inexpensive go at learning to read Biblical Greek. I’ve selected two resources: The first is free; the Greek to Me mobile app. This free version lets you test the waters (Chapters 1 & 2). It started out when monstersContinue reading “Feed My Sheep – John 21:17d”

How do I become a warrior for God?

Put on your feet the readiness of the gospel of peace. Legionnaires marched wherever required. They closed with and destroyed the enemy. Given a mission they marched. What kind of mission are we to be prepared for in God’s army? Simple, as the apostle stated immediately following the breathtaking, “For by grace you have beenContinue reading “How do I become a warrior for God?”

Mental health encompasses the full landscape of objective reality, that which the Author of reality states

Mental health is more than emotional stability in a selected state. Professionals who practice within a subjective worldview cannot help but be blinded to observations made by the objective measurement provided by the Author. For example, the practice of naked therapy done by psychologist John G Finch, to those living in the subjective milieu, lookedContinue reading “Mental health encompasses the full landscape of objective reality, that which the Author of reality states”

How do I know my soul is healthy?

Has no one ever asked you this? Has anyone ever inquired as to your soul? To what does the soul pertain? As pointed out by @lightninghands, the normative theologian of historic Roman Catholic teaching Thomas Aquinas says of the soul, “which holds the lowest grade among intellectual substances.” In other words – plain thinking. About what?Continue reading “How do I know my soul is healthy?”

Can I do whatever I want?

“Now the works of the flesh are evident; sexual immorality, impurity, sensuality, idolatry, sorcery, enmity, strife, jealousy, fits of anger, rivalries, dissensions, divisions, envy, drunkenness, orgies, and things like these. I warn you, as I warned you before, that those who do such things will not inherit the kingdom of God.” Gal 5.19-21 I could,Continue reading “Can I do whatever I want?”