Category Archive for: word study

Discernment vs. Judgement

In an effort to not be judgmental, I believe that we’ve lost discernment – and while discernment may look like judgment, it is actually entirely different. “Who are we to judge?” This is the phrase that is most often said when the average Christian explains why they decided not to confront a friend about their…

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Toward a Theology of Humor

Salt: from bland to overbearing Humor permeates through every part of our culture and this wasn’t always the case. It used to be that there were lots of places that you would never find humor and lots of subjects that were off limits for joking. That seems to be no longer true. From church worship…

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The Gift of Worship

Worship, Worship, Worship and more Worship I throw the word worship around a lot. I mean, I probably use it 50+ times a day. If I’m honest, most of the time I misuse the word – using it in one of the following three ways: Worship is the music that happens before and after the…

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