Critical Issues In Contemporary Theology
The purpose of this section of SC is to take a look at some critical issues in contemporary theology. Due to the depth of the subject matter, and due to the complexity of the arguments involved, the papers may not be of interest to the casual reader.
A discussion board is being developed for reader response, dialog, and debate. Part of SC's goal is to create an environment where Christian disagreement can take place without destroying mutual respect and Christ like love.
|1. Feminism, Homosexuality, and Hermeneutics: Exercises in Eisegesis|
|2. Reconstructionist Theology - A Flaw in the Foundation of Dominion Theology|
|3. Characteristics of New Age Theology|
|4. Cessation of the Gifts of the Spirit in the Church: Why this doctrine lacks biblical warrant|
|5. What Are Tongues? What is the Gift of Tongues?|
|6.The King James Only Controversy - Versions of the Bible and Faithfulness|
|7. Gayness and the True Church - Can Homosexuality be Compatible with Christ|
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