Category Archives: Holy Spirit

Can we commit the Unforgivable Sin of Blasphemy against the Spirit Today?

I grew up practically scared of committing this sin, blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, always wondering if I had already committed and therefore damned to hell. Neither did I find the preachers I was listening to helpful.  The preachers couldn’t … Continue reading

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John Eldredge, Kevin DeYoung, and the Question of Holiness

Both Kevin DeYoung and John Eldredge have written on the subject of holiness recently.  I’ve read them both.  In fact, I’ve just concluded my reading of Elredge’s work (and see my review of DeYoung’s here).  Since both works are fresh … Continue reading

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Pope’s Francis Message also for Evangelicals

In an address to mark Pentecost Sunday attended by more than 200, 000 people, Pope Francis warned the Roman Catholic Church “to not close on itself…, urging the faithful to be open and present in a new and changing world.” … Continue reading

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Do We Still Need Miracles Today To Believe? A Response

I’m neither a cessationist nor a continuationist.  Rather, I’m a Christian who is open to the supernatural workings of God, in his world, for his own glory–which leads me to Do We Still Need Miracles Today To Believe? by Lisa … Continue reading

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