Category: Theology

Theology

The Secret is Out (Part 3)

Ekemini Uwan

I have embarked on a three-part apologetic series on Rhonda Byrne’s book, The Secret. In part one, we examined The Secret on its own terms. In part two of this series, we explored its framework, and now we have arrived at final installment of this series, in which we will examine its plausibility and inevitable blasphemy. Plausibility             I would […]

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Theology

The Secret is Out (Part 2)

Ekemini Uwan

Earlier, I embarked on a three-part apologetic mini-blog series on Rhonda Byrne’s book, The Secret. In part one, we examined The Secret on its own terms. In part two of this series, we will explore its framework, or blueprint. Ask, Believe, and Receive             Rhonda Byrne’s blueprint for how to create your reality is lifted out of the pages of […]

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Theology

The Secret is Out

Ekemini Uwan

I am embarking on a three-part apologetic mini-blog series on Rhonda Byrne’s book entitled, The Secret. I will examine The Secret on its own terms, its framework, plausibility, and blasphemy. In so doing, I will uncover the presuppositions that Byrne holds, while simultaneously demonstrating the inevitable incoherence of The Secret in view of the Christian […]

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Theology The Arts

Persecution in the Global World: An Interview with Carl and Karen Ellis

RAANetwork

Editors Note: I chose to use this headline because I thought strong language was appropriate considering the seriousness of what is taking place overseas to our brothers and sisters. I think the phrase “n*gger of the global world” appropriately provides a helpful (though not perfect) visual to the suffering, dehumanization and overall treatment of many Christians […]

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Theology The Arts

Church Planting in a Trailer Park: An Interview with Phil Fletcher

Jemar Tisby

“Why doesn’t someone plant a church in a mobile home park?” One noted theologian (https://twitter.com/drantbradley) has often made this challenge to evangelical leaders and denominations that tend to focus their attention on the inner-city and “reaching” blacks. But we found a church planter who started a church in a low-income white community–a mobile home park–in […]

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