The Historical Ills of Dominion Theology, Kingdom Now Theology and Covenant Replacement Theology

There are some forms of Christianity that hold to the belief (i.e. “covenant replacement theology”) that Christians are to establish God’s kingdom on earth through societal, legal and political means... and historically, these kinds of Christians have started wars, crusades and even City/States (ex. Vatican, Geneva, Amsterdam) in order to spread or “bring in” God’s …

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The Sermon on the Mount was Not Originally for the Church

Against popular modern-day misconception, the Sermon on the Mount was NOT originally delivered to the New Testament Church. It does not directly apply to us, though we can draw from its principles. Yet, we must be sure we correctly interpret the Sermon before we can be assured the principles drawn are sound. To put it …

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Recommended Charities to Bless in 2018

"...[without] charity, I am nothing" (1 Corinthians 13). Lamb's Harbinger's top recommended Charities for 2018: Your Local Church Benevolence Fund Your Local Church Fund for Pastors' Financial and Spiritual Health. Authentic Christianity: [Donate] The biblical church is a living organism, in contrast to an organization or an institution. This disallows the traditional clergy-laity division, and …

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The Dark Secret at the Heart of AI | MIT Technology Review

.... From the outset, there were two schools of thought regarding how understandable, or explainable, AI ought to be. Many thought it made the most sense to build machines that reasoned according to rules and logic, making their inner workings transparent to anyone who cared to examine some code. Others felt that intelligence would more …

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Humility Precedes Power

There’s a lot of seeking for God’s “power” among Christians. They should be seeking Jesus, not his power; but here’s how to really tell if a person has God’s “power” (grace) on their life: THEY ADMIT THEIR SPECIFIC WEAKNESSES. The Apostle writes, ...I will rather boast about my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ …

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