Tuesday, April 29, 2008

The Token April Post

Just so y'all know I'm still alive.

Now, if any still reads this blog what sort of topics would you like to see from me? Which subjects should I engage and confront?

12 comments:

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

I cannot remember you writing anything about the Charismatic movement.

Jim said...

Matthew, I probably have not. That is most likely a subject worth examination.

God bless,
Jim

Only Look said...

How about things like exploring all of the prophecies revealed from the OT in Christ now in the NT in the same way many creation researchers explore creation as a way to prove the existence of God, but instead by the prophecies revealed and the likelyhood of that.

Grace upon grace,

Brian

Jim said...

Brian, that would be quite the study.

Antonio said...

Jim,

Time for a token May post on some issue in soteriology. This seems to be the greatest need, as people are running around having absolutely no idea on how a person appropriates everlasting life.

Oh, you did leave a comment on my post where I extensively quoted Zane Hodges on the Parable of the Wedding Feast. Why don't you do a post on the Bema, the Judgement Seat of Christ?

Or then again. You could just tell us what has been going on in your life and encourage us to all go out and eat more pizza.

Antonio

Jim said...

Hey Antonio, thanks for stopping by. The problem with a lot of these topics is that they take enormous amounts of time to prepare and defend. But I will try to get something up this month.

Until then...go and eat more pizza!

Only Look said...

The wonderful thing about the topic of Christ and his fulfillment of prophecy is that it will aid us in being amazed at how he alone is the only one who coulf fulfill all things for us and deliver us and places our eyes and ears upon Him alone and not we ourselves. I hope you will consider that study. In reality it is a beautiful lifetime study for us all.

Grace upon grace,

Brian

Even So... said...

Prevenient grace...

Jim said...

JD, interesting subject; I'll have to look up exactly what that means.

Thanks for your comment.

Rose~ said...

How about your take on Romans chapter 9? I just read a Calvinist thread wherein several folks there said reading *it* is what convinced them of their current views.

Jim said...

Hi Rose, you guys are really trying to pull me into this debate. :)

Rose~ said...

Sorry Jim. :~)
There are always many topics of debate, aren't there. I seem drawn to debates many times.

OK, here is a non-debatable topic: You could post on how Christ saved you from sure hell.

Then again, I am sure someone could find a way to debate that.