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Mysticism in the Church

Silent God, Silent Man

Silent God, Silent Man

With so many eager to jump on the Spiritual Formation bandwagon, few have stopped to ask the serious questions: where did this movement come from? What are its philosophical and theological origins? Is Spiritual Formation really just discipleship, or is there something subtler and more subversive at play? Silent God, Silent Man tackles all of these issues head-on and explores the intimate relationship between Spiritual Formation and mysticism, Gnosticism, universalism, postmodernism, and radical ecumenism. Thoroughly documented and clearly presented, Silent God, Silent Man lays out in detail the warning signs both in your spiritual walk and in your local church and provides you with the tools you need to discern the truth in troubling times.

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Religion: Not a Bad Word

Religion: Not a Bad Word

It has become fashionable to say that the Bible and religion have failed the church, but the Bible teaches that true religion is anything but the problem.

Call It What You Want

Is it important to pay attention to the words we use in Christian thought and practice? Yes, but maybe less important that the definition of terms.

Think Tank Opinion

The Theology Think Tank opinion blog is your spot for regular insights, analysis, and opinions on the things that matter most.

Call It What You Want

Call It What You Want

Is it important to pay attention to the words we use in Christian thought and practice? Yes, but maybe less important that the definition of terms.

Have We Turned Love Into God?

Have We Turned Love Into God?

God is love, as the Scriptures declare. But should we treat this like a mathematical corollary? In other words, is it also true that love is God? It’s a difficult question, but the answer could be the difference between teaching a true or false gospel.

Pain and Suffering: The Problem Of Evil

Pain and Suffering: The Problem Of Evil

Perhaps no topic has bolstered athiestic arguments against Christianity more than the Problem of Evil and the existence of pain and suffering. Fortunately, there are good answers to even the most challenging critiques.

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