Monthly Archives: October 2010

Holiness: Different Views of Christian Ethics (Part 2) – John Boruff

3. Lutheranism: Growing in Holiness by the Spirit and the Bible – In the 16th century, many of the doctrines in the Roman Catholic Church were questioned by the Protestants. The first of these were the followers of Martin Luther … Continue reading

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Dream of the 666 Microchip, Etc.

I just dreamed of four visions that suggest we may be living in the last generation of history–the time of the Antichrist. Thank You God for these visions of warning! Vision of a New Age Rock Concert. I dreamed that my old … Continue reading

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Holiness: Different Views of Christian Ethics (Part 1)

Sanctification is not only a theological topic, but a very important experiential side of Christian life. It’s not just another “thing,” but really the essence of the Christian life. Whether we call it the fruit of the Spirit, holiness, sanctity, … Continue reading

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Soaking Prayer vs. Centering Prayer

In the Evangelical world, whenever the phrases “contemplative prayer,” “meditation,” or “divine contemplation” are brought up in discussion, they are either met with suspicion, retaliation, or ignorance. They are almost always resisted. Contemplative prayer, or the practice of “being still, … Continue reading

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The Lives of the Saints

Most Pentecostals and Charismatics derive their understanding of life in the Holy Spirit from Acts 2, 1 Corinthians 12-14, and other Biblical texts. Romans 8 and Galatians 5:22-23 are also thrown in for those with a strong sense of sanctification. There is … Continue reading

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Against Gnosticism

There is much study that I am yet to do in this area. But today God made it clear to me, that throughout church history, there have been two streams of Christian spirituality. (1) The Prophetic–which is centered on Jesus … Continue reading

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Against Racism

I know that this topic doesn’t directly involve Evangelicalism or mysticism. But this is my blog and I can say whatever I want on it. And you may find, that as the years go on, I will discuss various topics. Social … Continue reading

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