SORT BY Relevancy
This episode of Pnematikos will explore the power of the Word of Yahweh to give victory over the flesh. In the biblical documents the flesh denotes the intrinsic principle within the members of an individual that incites one to acts of sin. The flesh can only be defeated by the Word of God and reckoning oneself "dead" to the practice of sin. It is a volitional decision that is done once for all,and therefore free's one to live a life of practical sanctification.
On this show, we will engage Chesterton's ideas regarding history and Christianity. In other words, according to Chesterton history evinces the veracity of Christianity over science, philosophy, and other religions. Do you agree with Chesterton in that history proves that Christ and Christianity consist in the only path to God and his kingdom of heaven?
Discussion is based on Chesterton's book The Everlasting Man.
Theos has given the believing ones the power to live the resurrection life. The resurrection life is the power of Theos at work in the lives of those who walk by faith. It is an old lie that humankind can walk in freedom without the living Theos. The chemical manipulation of the synapses reveal ever decreasing returns. Persons really and truly need to have a deep connection with Theos. The west cannot survive if people do not turn to Theos by faith. Resurrection power makes us alive to the new life(Gk. zoe) in Iesous.
Pictograms, ideograms and logograms
A pictogram or pictograph is a symbol representing a concept, object, activity, place or event by illustration. Pictography is a form of writing whereby ideas are transmitted through drawing.
An ideogram or ideograph is a graphical symbol that represents an idea, rather than a group of letters arranged according to the phonemes of a spoken language, as is done in alphabetic languages.
A logogram, or logograph, is a single grapheme which represents a word or a morpheme (a meaningful unit of language). This stands in contrast to other writing systems, such as alphabets, where each symbol (letter) primarily represents a sound or a combination of sounds.
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1822, from Gk. demotikos "of or for the common people," from demos"common people," originally "district," from PIE *da-mo- "division,"from base *da- "to divide" (see tide). In contrast to hieratic.Originally of the simpler of two forms of ancient
Egyptian writing; broader sense is from 1831; used of Greek since1927.
This episode of Pneumatikos will explore Paul's great words to Timothy concerning the " good fight of faith." We live in days wherein the faith once for all given to the saints is under attack on all fronts. The faith and practice that once defined western culture is being cast aside for insidious pragmatic humanism. The Light cannot be overtaken by darkness, but the darkness is ever trying to extinguish it. The cosmic system fights the Light of the knowledge of Theos in Iesous. A great battle is upon us Our culture is in the throes of death, and where are those who fight the good fight of faith?
This episode of Pneumatikos will explore a type of unbelief (Gk. Apistia) that is malignant. Malignant unbelief is a spiritual disease that is not limited to an individual. It has the ablility to spread throughout a family, community, or society. It is an insidious and pandemic public health crisis in our time. We need the power of Yahweh in our lives to be free individuals.
This episode of Pneumatikos will explore God's power toward us who believe in Him. We are gifted with the resurrection of Christ so that we may live before God in practical sanctification. We have positional sanctification through Grace,but practical sanctification manifests itself in a Spirit filled walk, and life of power. God's power transforms our lives into wonderful exhibits of the unsearchable love of the living Christ.
The Reasons to Believe #37
Our Reasons to Believe Scripture passage for today is 2 Corinthians 10:5: "Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ."
Our Reasons to Believe quote for today is from J.P. Moreland: "God maintains a delicate balance between keeping his existence sufficiently evident so people will know he's there and yet hiding his presence enough so that people who want to choose to ignore him can do it. This way, their choice of destiny is really free."
Our Reason to Believe powerpoint today is titled "Objections In the Discussion of Faith and Reason" (Part 2) from "The Handbook of Christian Apologetics" by Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli:
Today, we will continue with our objections and replies in the discussion of faith and reason:
Objection 4: What about all those intellectually brilliant unbelievers, the counter-examples to Justin Martyr? If Christianity is so reasonable, why did Celsus, Plotinus, Hobbes, Machiavelli, Voltaire, Rousseau, Goethe, Melville, Jefferson, Shaw, Russell, Franklin, Sartre, Camus, Nietzsche, Marx, Freud, and Skinner all reject it?
Reply A: Christianity is reasonable but it is not obvious. It is more like E=MC squared than like 2 + 2 = 4.
Reply B: If Christianity is so irrational, why have so many brilliant minds accepted it? The assortment of unbelievers mentioned above is easily overcome by Paul, John, Augustine, Aquinas, Anselm, Bonaventura, Scotus, Luther, Calvin, Descartes, Pascal, Leibniz, Berkeley, Galileo, Copernicus, Kepler, Newton, Newman, Lincoln, Pasteur, Kierkegaard, Shakespeare, Dante, Chesterton, Lewis, Solzhenitsyn, Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky, Tolkien, da Vinci, Michelangelo, T.S. Eliot, Dickens, Milton, Spenser and Bach, not to mention a certain Jesus of Nazareth.
Kevin Bryan is the Chairman of the National Front
He is a Veteran White Nationalist who has been BNP Organiser for Newark-on-Trent and Rochdale
He joined the National Front in 2010 and stood as a Candidate for Rossendale & Darwen Constituency
Kevin was elected Deputy Organiser of the National Front in July 2010
He held that position until he was voted in as Chairman in September 2013