Regarding Aristotle: In Greek philosophy and culture, much was made of public communication, and the greatest communicators of that day were known by their ability to move audiences using logos, pathos, and ethos. Logos described with the subject matter of the communiqué. It was vital that the communicator had his facts straight. He was expected … More Effective Gospel Communication
Christians, after we are declared holy following the substitutionary life and death of Jesus Christ, we are progressively made holy through the gracious work of Christ’s Holy Spirit. The work of Christ in our justification is complete; it is finished. However, the work of Christ in our sanctification continues. As believers, we are made right with God due to the … More Will You Help Us Help You?
In the Gospels, Jesus is tender towards sinners, but he is brutally tough and direct in his relationships with the Pharisees, scribes, elders, and priests. Why? It is because these men were exceptional in their knowledge, impressive in their skills, but bankrupt in their personal character. They were excellent in thinking, excellent in walking, but … More I See Knowledge, and I See Skill, but Where is Your Character?