Personal Note This is the first time I’m writing a blog post for Unsettled Christianity—or any blog post, for that matter. I want to thank Joel Watts for the opportunity to share these thoughts on Unsettled Christianity. Schism—a sad possibility If for some reason you are not familiar with the current state of the United […]
Disobedience is a doorway to more sins. We can call it rebellion or secession or nonconformity, but it brings in scheming, deception, and rivalry. Scripture and Tradition warned repeatedly against such things.
While Joel is on vacation, I promised him I would contribute a few original posts this week on here. For the past year, Joel has given more of his energy to the United Methodist Church and the -ism Schism controversies within it. What are the reasons for schisms, and who are calling for them. There […]
This was part of a presentation given on the development of the Doctrine of the Trinity earlier this year. I focuses on the history of it. Here is the portion of the First Ecumenical Council. Personally, St. Nicolas is still a hero of mine. The 4th Century of Christianity is by far the most exiting. […]
Check the updates at the bottom (and here as well) What follows is a private (sorta) message to my brothers and sisters in Christ who are experiencing hurt and schism. (Updates at the bottom). Several pastors have gone so far as to hide child molestation, humiliate those who question them sharing private information from the […]