A careful look at the Word of God will reveal that the goals of Martin Luther’s gospel and that of the Kingdom of God are not at all the same. Perhaps it’s time to re-think our evangelism values and strategy.
Let’s take the time to discuss another key characteristic of Hellenism that – historically and presently – has deeply affected the faith for the worse. Not only does Hellenism fog concrete and absolute truth with abstraction, it also militantly promotes and enforces it by employing tactics such as infiltration, subversion and – if necessary – murder.
Right in the middle of the Festival of Sukkot, the “Awaken the Dawn 2017” gathering in Washington DC is going to fan a resurgence of the heart of Korah. Worship leaders, speakers and congregants alike will attempt to offer praise to the God of Moses, while hiding a heart that longs for Egypt and it’s idols. Watch this unfold!
When one reads the Acts 16 account of the encounter between Paul and the girl possessed by a Python spirit (divination), many things get left unsaid and lost in translation. There is so much more to this scenario than meets the eye! Come with me and we’ll take a closer look at this situation.
The Oracle at Delphi was a major prophetic voice between 7th century BC and 4th century AD. It’s not mentioned at all in the bible, but it greatly affected the culture and worldview of those who lived during that era. What (or who) exactly was the Oracle at Delphi and how did it affect the Greco-Roman empire? How is it related to the Spirit of Python mentioned in Acts 16?