Category Archives: Christianity in North America

Update at Cerulean Sanctum – Aug. 2014

Readers have written to ask when we might be seeing new Cerulean Sanctum posts and to check if I’m doing OK. Well… One of the commonplace elements you will find in charismatic and Pentecostal churches is a tendency to “give a word.” Now, this is meant to refer to the charismatic gifts of word of […]

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Rethinking Spiritual Growth

I’m part of a closed group of Vineyard and ex-Vineyard folks who discuss theology on a Facebook page.  Someone there raised the age-old question: How do we measure spiritual growth? For too long this simple question has baffled evangelical Christians. I think there’s a reason for that, but it’s not what it appears on the […]

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Fools

The fool says in his heart, “There is no God.” They are corrupt, they do abominable deeds, there is none who does good. —Psalms 14:1 ESV The English Standard Version translation shows 202 verses in the Bible that contain some variation of the root word fool. Reading those verses makes it evident that the world […]

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