April 22, 2020
With all the “gospel-hyphenated” words that have come out over the last 10 years and after reading the sixth chapter of Conscience , we should add one more word to our gospel-lexicon, and that word is gospel-flexibility.
Gospel-flexibility is not a term that either author—Naselli or Crowley—uses but we have freedom of...
April 15, 2020
In this post I would like to focus on just one aspect of what is another excellent chapter in this book: Theological Triage. However, before I get into that, allow me to lay out the structure of the whole chapter.
- Theological Triage – “We should expect disagreements with fellow Christians about third-level matters, and we should...
There is so much good in chapter 4 of Conscience: What It Is, How to Train It, and Loving Those Who Differ that is was hard to decide what to write about this week. I hope you are still reading along with us; this is great stuff!
The title of this chapter is, “How Should You Calibrate Your Conscience?” and that pointed me in the...
April 1, 2020For this weeks post I decided to try putting the contents of the chapter into a different form that would convey the information while connecting the ideas in a type of process. I enjoyed creating this flow chart; I hope it is helpful.
How would you convey this info? What is my chart missing from the chapter? I'd love to know what you think.
Simple question for you: What is the conscience? Think for a minute about how you would answer that question. It’s not easy. The conscience is one of those things that almost every human has a general sense about, but that sense is very general, experiential, and fuzzy when it comes to actually defining it. We know when our conscience is...
For many of my generation, the only teaching we received on the conscience came from the animated classic Pinocchio , which was only Disney’s second animated film. In the film we learned that we should “always let our conscience be our guide.” The marionette Pinocchio, since he wasn’t a “real boy,” was without...
March 11, 2020
What if I told you that you could read a short-ish book—around 150 pages—and in doing so you could:
- Incite yourself towards holiness
- Teach yourself what to do with guilt
- Drive yourself toward the gospel
- Draw from yourself the joy of the Lord
- Help the church move towards being a counter-cultural community
- And prepare yourself for...
Feb18TueFebruary 18, 2020Watch and listen as various Corporis attendees share how "God Speaks" to them as they engage with scripture.
This week, we asked Andrew Wheatley, who attends West London Alliance Church, how he engages with scripture.
Feb12WedFebruary 12, 2020Watch and listen as various Corporis attendees share how "God Speaks" to them as they engage with scripture.
This week, we asked Maleah Marquis, who attends Church in the Oaks how she engages with scripture.
Maleah will also join Corporis on Saturday, February 29, to create meaningful scripture art to those in attendance.
Feb4TueFebruary 4, 2020Watch and listen as various Corporis attendees share how "God Speaks" to them as they engage with scripture.
This week, we asked Will Blanchette, who attends Ilderton Community Bible Church how he engages with scripture.