The faith of a Christian is not like a faith in fairies, the difference being that we are dealing with issues of life and death. It is identical to a burning plane 30,000 feet in the air. When one is given a parachute to jump out of the burning plane and save his life, he can either believe that the parachute will save him, or doubt the quality of the equipment. For example, he might question whether the ropes on the parachute are frayed or even whether the material will carry his weight, in which case he will go down with the plane in his unbelief or through hesitation. Both will be equal to unbelief because the plane is going down whatever he decides to do.
- Theology of redemption Eph 1:1-14
- Be on your guard Christian
- Tolstoy on Self delusion and avoidance of responsibility
- CS Lewis on Christian attitudes
- Why is Christian faith important?
- The meaning of life
- Time alone with God
- When pain may be good for me.
- Matthew 14:13 – 21 The Feeding of the Five Thousand
- God my provider
- Maturing with God
- Problem with Absolutism and Relativism
- Not alone anymore
- On Love, and speaking out for the things that matter
- Martin Luther King Jr on Ignorance
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