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  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 39
  • Relationship Status: Married
  • Religon: Christian
  • Location: Dallas, OR
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Proclaiming the truth in love until Jesus returns. Jeremy Myers writes about Scripture, theology, church, and following Jesus into the world.

Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
Attempts at Honesty Christian Blog - Reflections on the interplay of the Bible and Culture What bloggers like is interaction. They like to dialog with their audience. I realize that everyone is busy. I also realize that not every post requires a comment. But if a post stimulates a thought, take a few moments and write a comment which expresses that thought. The post writer will appreciate it and any subsequent readers will be better for it. Th»
Blog Entry | Theology >
I've never been particularly scared to ask questions, to challenge the views of others and express my own. Whilst I am very determined, I try to remain open the possibility I am wrong though I can be stubborn. An infinite being such as God is never going to be explained properly by my finite mind so I try to keep it open. Discussions with atheists regarding religion, faith and evidence for God always left me challenged but inspired. I've always t»
Blog Entry | Theology >
 Once again, the internet has shown that it can produce some amazing, thought provoking stuff. Here is a brief round up of some of my favorites from the last few weeks (or months).The failings of the church and Christians are popular topics around at the moment. Peter Enns explores the obstacles to staying Christian in 2 posts:http://www.patheos.com/blogs/peterenns/2013/05/why-do-i-keep-believing-the-biggest-obstacles-to-staying-christian/http:/»
Blog Entry | Theology >
People like justice when they feel they are entitled to it, but when those who have wronged them are not punished appropriately, they feel wronged themselves.  Viewpoints on judgement, justice and mercy seem to change a lot when we are the ones who are guilty. We suddenly like the idea of mercy, but are averted by the ideas of justice and punishment. When we talk about God, according to the Christian faith, God will punish the guilty.  Most peo»
Blog Entry | Theology >
Since being on Twitter, I have found some really great people who write some fantastic stuff on a number of issues. There are so many that I may have got carried away with sharing all of them and ended up spamming my Facebook wall. I want to share all these great thoughts with others so I'm going to put them here in one place. A lot of them come from websites featured in the other websites section but these are so relevant to issues today that I»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
This post is part of the February Synchroblog “Cross Gender Friendships”. Those of you who have followed me for a while will remember that I did some writing about friendship between men and women. I reviewing those posts, I realized that I had not as of yet done a good job of explaining the subject clearly and concisely. Many of these previous articles were written as I attempted to work out my understanding of the subject. Today I want to w»
Blog Entry | Theology >
To my knowledge,  C. S. Lewis ever directly wrote about gay marriage. But he did discuss the way in which the federal government»
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
Attempts at Honesty - Reflections on the interplay of the Bible and Culture I recently had an article published at Till He Comes, the blog of Jeremy Myers. In hindsight, I could have worded the introductory portion of the post better than I did.  Here is how I would like to have written the introduction: I find myself at a time in life where I am looking for a new church fellowship. During the time when I was considering leaving my previous chu»