How to make your own Jesus story

The Christian writer, theologian and writer, Dalton Thomas, has a unique way of creating a fictional story.For one, Thomas is not an atheist.He does not believe that God exists and that he created us, but he does not deny the existence of God.Thomas is also not a believer.He doesn’t believe in the existence or theRead More

When the Bible gets old, so does liberation theology

By KEVIN MCDERMOTTCNN Religion EditorKEVIN MCMURRAYA lot of theologians, both mainline and evangelical, have come to the conclusion that liberation theology is not a viable vehicle for evangelical Christians.For example, a recent poll showed that 73% of evangelicals in the U.S. believe that Jesus died on the cross.That number was even higher among evangelical ChristiansRead More

Why the Bible calls Jesus a dogmatic believer

Posted March 21, 2020 04:08:03 The Bible’s message about Jesus is not to be taken lightly.As the Bible teaches, Jesus is a dogmatist, and he has a dogmatical theology.Theologians use this word “dogmatism” to refer to the theological beliefs of a particular religion.It means that a belief is not simply based on facts but onRead More

Theological Seminary at Theology Journal gets a new name

DALLAS, Texas — As seminary students continue to make the jump from college to the seminary this fall, the semistory is making the change to its new name: Theological Quarterly.The new title, Theological Review, is intended to differentiate it from the semiannual quarterly theology journal Theological Magazine.The seminary has been using the semiauto title sinceRead More

How to explain the rise of Islam?

The rise of the Islamic faith in South Asia is a subject that has taken on global importance due to the rise in Muslim populations.In South Asia, the number of Muslims has risen from 5.6 million in 2007 to over 12.7 million today, according to the Pew Research Center.Yet, some are questioning whether the riseRead More

How to win over a church that loves you

By Brian JohnsonCNN article 1. It’s a matter of faith, and if you’ve ever been to church, you know the stakes are very high. “It’s all about faith,” said Father Mark P. O’Connell, pastor of St. Anthony of Padua’s Church of God in Christ in Hendersonville, Tennessee.“It means that you’re going to do something good.It means you’re not goingRead More

Why Is Islam and Christianity the “black” religion?

A new book by a prominent American black theologian claims to prove the existence of black theological theology and Christianity, which it claims is the “ultimate black religion”.The title of the book, Black God, was inspired by a conversation with the late black theologians Al Sharpton and Pat Robertson, who told Sharpton they believed theRead More

Why I’m a Christian, not a Christian scientist

I’ve never been religious.But I was raised as a Christian and my family went to church regularly.It was only recently that I began to question my faith.It’s a topic I’ve tackled in the past, but I’ve decided to write this article to show that it isn’t theologically driven.As a physicist, I’ve always believed that theRead More

Theological Seminary: Themes of Faith

Theological seminary of the University of St Andrews (UK) has issued a statement on the recent controversy surrounding the title of its latest book, God’s Word: A Christian Faith, which they say would “encourage Christians to be theologically engaged”.In a recent interview with The Journal, the Rev. Mark O’Leary, the school’s president and vice-chancellor, explainedRead More