Dating with a purpose theology of the body
North American evangelicals read the Bible—and the world—through Western eyes.Indeed, all human beings come to the Bible with cultural habits, deeply ingrained patterns of interpreting the world that inevitably shape—and sometimes warp—our interpretation and understanding of Scripture.
The tip pokes up through the water, announcing its presence to all with eyes to see, but the iceberg's immensity lurks undetected in the depths.It moved up about thirty positions in the last 24 hours.My post on Horn’s prior book called “Apollyon Rising 2012“ was almost out of the top 100 but that is now also rising slowly.After I heard the announcement of the pope’s resignation, I figured that people would suddenly become interested in the St.Malachy prophecy and that Tom Horn’s book “Petrus Romanus” would once again become the topic of discussion all over the end time forums.For example, “We prayed for my sister Debbie and she had cancer, and all of a sudden she didn’t have cancer anymore.” Every now and then, I don’t care where you are in Christianity, you will hear those. It’s called, What this guy did was there was this lady back in the 1970s named Catherine Kuhlman and she would do these healing services.
I’ve heard a few of them, but I was in very short supply of such stories and I hadn’t thought about it much. I went looking and I’ll te II you that one interesting book that I found along the way was by Richard Casdorph, who is a medical doctor. He followed her around and he documented what happened to these people.
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I have integrated this web page on human evolution into an electronic text, " Nature's Holism - Holism.
He’s in China for a couple of years and he basically turned into an agnostic and came within spitting distance of becoming an atheist, which really shook me up. “There is no scientific evidence whatsoever of any miracles ever actually occurring.” And I’m like, “Uh…let me ask my sales manager and get back to you.” I hate it when people ask ‘elephant in the room’ questions.
Bryan is a very smart guy, and one of the questions that he asked was this. I know Greek, I know Hebrew, I know Aramaic, and when I read the New Testament I do not see any reason whatsoever from the text why we should not have miracles today. Now, if you’ve been in any strand of Christianity for any length of time, you will encounter miracle stories.
I titled that post, Petrus Romanus: an exercise in finding the future in the demonic.