So this blog is presented in images. . .
I’ve had many conversations with colleagues about the role of higher education for all Christians. Many Pentecostals and Evangelicals remain skeptical, holding to the myth that higher education and critical thinking is an enemy of authentic faith.
This week Pope Francis released his latest encyclical, Laudato Si’ – On Care for Our Common Home. I have yet to read the whole document, but I have read parts. So my remarks here are tentative.
Seven things I hate about Pentecostalism and seven things I love about Pentecostalism…
I know that I’m one of the few Pentecostals to care about Catholic Popes. I care because more than any Christian on the planet, the voice of the Pope is heard among the masses and in the halls of government throughout the world. Modern Popes have been responsible for the rise and fall of empires. I admire the singular voice of authority that resides in the “chair of Peter.” Before you accuse me of heresy, please let me remind you that I really am a card carrying Pentecostal.