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dr-steve-mcswain's picture
Feb.14.2013
Here’s a little different approach to Valentine’s Day. This one for me. I am a follower of Jesus. Admittedly, not a great one but perhaps a little better than a few years ago. I did not so much choose Christianity as this religion chose me. Raised, as I was, in a Christian home, I could no more not...
dr-steve-mcswain's picture
Oct.28.2012
Well, it seems to me, that it does not necessarily mean that you’ve recited something known as a “Sinner’s Prayer” and so are Christian. To be sure, it is possible that this is how your spiritual journey with Christ began. But do not mistake the recitation of words with the resolve of life. To be...
robert-earle's picture
May.22.2011
  As I was developing the ideas and characters that would go into THE MAN CLOTHED IN LINEN, I read in  the Book of Luke, "...Joanna the wife of Chuza, the manager of Herod's household; Susanna; and many others. These women were helping to support them out of their own means." And...
blaise-tshibwabwa's picture
Dec.30.2010
Kajomona - As young professionals, the goal is to study hard, get a good job, start a family, and enjoy life! Some are ready to do whatever it takes to make it, some are only ready to go up to a certain extent, some prefer to take things easy and wait for everything to land on their laps! Things...
dr-steve-mcswain's picture
Aug.20.2010
Conversations from the Post-Christian World FAQ 1.              What do you believe?   Personally, I prefer to use the word “perspectives” instead of “beliefs.”  It feels to me as if the word is more fluid and open to change while the word “belief” feels rigid, superior, and resistant to...
dr-steve-mcswain's picture
Jul.13.2010
Interesting you would ask me this, as others have asked me this question, too, and I suppose it is because I no longer pretend to believe that Christianity is the only way to know God.  Yet, as far as my own faith journey is concerned, I regard myself as more Christian today than I’ve ever been...