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- Trust is shattered when a pastor is caught in deception and overt sin.
- When (Differently) Gifted Pastors Destroy the Church (Rather Than Build it Up)
- Doesn’t God Condone Church Conflict in 1 Corinthians 11:17-19?
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Category Archives: Postmodern Relativism and Church Conflict
In Church Conflict (as in War), The Malice of the Wicked is Reinforced by the Weakness of the Virtuous
Over the holidays, I began reading Winston Churchill’s Memoirs of the Second World War (the abridged version not knowing if I would live long enough to read his entire six volume set!). In one of the opening paragraphs Churchill writes … Continue reading
Just as 1 Corinthians 2:14 warns us not to expect a person who has not placed their faith in Christ for eternal life to respond biblically to life’s situations, so too, Ezekiel 14:4 warns those who would seek wisdom from … Continue reading
The fourth and final statement that Jesus makes to Pilate in the narrative we find at John 18 and 19 confirms another aspect of the nature of truth: that truth is not dependent on anything outside of itself, and, therefore, … Continue reading
Continuing my series on Church Conflicts Often Overlook Some Basic Truths About Truth (click here for part 1, part 2 and part 3), today I consider how the third exchange between Pilate and Jesus recorded in the eighteenth chapter of the Gospel of John reveals another … Continue reading
Truth Distinguishes Real Issues from False Ones (Part 3 of Church Conflicts Often Overlook Some Basic Truths About Truth)
Continuing my series on Church Conflicts Often Overlook Some Basic Truths About Truth (click here for part 1 and part 2), today I consider how the second exchange between Pilate and Jesus recorded in the eighteenth chapter of the Gospel of John … Continue reading
Truth Confronts Presuppositions (Part 2 of Church Conflicts Often Overlook Some Basic Truths About Truth)
The nature of truth, from a biblical perspective, is highly relevant to the topic of redeeming church conflicts because most church conflicts are about a clash of opposing beliefs, opinions, preferences, and worldviews. One person or group believes they are … Continue reading
In Chapter 7 of Redeeming Church Conflicts, Tara and I identify a number of ways that small groups of people in churches can become trapped in conflict associated with their “group agendas.” These situations can become even more fraught with … Continue reading