Ronald Feuerhahn

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It seems that humankind has always lived in a tension about the presence of God, especially the physical presence. We have continually "sought signs and wonders" (John 4:48), physical evidence, as it were, of God's activity and presence. On the other hand, we also suspect that such a thing as the actual presence of God […]

Ronald Feuerhahn
Tuesday, July 31st 2007

Emotions, obviously, are a part of us. The emotional self, along with the physical, intellectual, and social, make up who we are. The Scriptures speak of us as body and soul or body and spirit. All these are parts of what makes us the persons we are; all are therefore gifts of God’s creation. But […]

Ronald Feuerhahn
Monday, July 16th 2007

Today, "worship" means something different to each person. Yet there may be a common denominator among many people, a description of worship that many would recognize. It goes like this: "When I worship, I thank and praise God." Sound familiar? Is there a different way to describe worship? Is there any really different way of […]

Ronald Feuerhahn
Wednesday, May 30th 2007

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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