Category Archive: Theological issues - Page 26

Making Sense of Floods and Other Suffering
Posted April 6th, 2008 by Mike Hubbard

A few weeks ago, our family rented a movie that was produced by a church and released in theaters. The movie did fairly well, and we were pleasantly surprised at the quality of the cinematography. Yet, I struggled with the underlying message of the movie. Basically, the storyline pictured a person who had a litany […]

Devotion – John 20
Posted March 24th, 2008 by Mike Hubbard

Well, the week after Easter.  What an appropriate time to read the story of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. How do you know Christianity is true?  Think about it.  There are thousands of religions in the world.  Each of these religions have a dynamic leader who taught about their god and how to live.  These […]

False Gospels for Eureka – Pluralism
Posted February 29th, 2008 by Mike Hubbard

On the airplane to Seattle this week, I sat next to a woman reading a very interesting book. The title of the book was, Reincarnation: The Missing Link in Christianity. The interesting thing about the title of the book is that it is a clear reflection on one of the trends taking place in our […]

False Gospels for Eureka – Legalism
Posted February 22nd, 2008 by Mike Hubbard

The packaging may change, but legalism has always been a significant challenge to the Gospel. In every culture, there have been people within the church who seek to add something to faith as a requirement for “true Christianity.” In the New Testament times, Paul’s greatest challenge came from those who taught that the only way […]

False Gospels for Eureka – Me-ism
Posted February 12th, 2008 by Mike Hubbard

This is the second of my blog posts which I am writing seeking to address false beliefs that people living in the culture of Eureka tend to drift toward. Yes, I made up another word. A regular George Bush I am. As we talk about philosophical and religious ideas that tend to creep into the […]