Category: Bob Walters

Bob Walters

Column: Blinded by the Light

“… though the eye of sinful man, Thy glory may not see.” – from the hymn Holy, Holy, Holy. Among my favorite Bible head-scratchers is God’s dual creation of light. On Creation’s first day,...

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Column: Understanding without answers

Faithful assuredness in the One True Creator God Almighty Steadfast conviction in the Lordship of Jesus Christ Perpetual immersion in the comfort and peace of the Holy Spirit Resolute vigilance against the evil of...

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Column: Having seen both sides now

How do I know there is a loving God and that Jesus Christ is not only my savior, but the whole world’s? Well … let’s make a list. In order I’d credit the Holy...

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Column: Throwing the Book at Jesus 

For countless years innumerable scholars with immeasurably more Bible savvy than I possess have made the case for and against Who, exactly, Jesus says He is. Christian doctrine is that Jesus of Nazareth, the...

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Column: Christianity Among the Weeds

Our biggest job as Christians is following Jesus Christ, and our greatest joy is our relationship with Him. But our biggest challenge is avoiding the “weeds” of everyday life. Christianity, first and foremost, is...

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Column: Planting the Seeds of Faith

Among the Bible’s more familiar parables of Jesus is the Parable of the Sower, shared in the Gospels of Matthew (13:1-23), Mark (4:1-20), and Luke (8:1-15). You probably know it. Jesus tells of the...

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Opinion: Economics and the faithful

“Economy” is the word theologians use for the actions and relationships within the Holy Trinity – the Father, Son and Spirit – and to describe the Trinity’s interaction with the fallen world. This economy...

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Opinion: Some people don’t get It

To me it is the most confounding of divine mysteries. I can make lists all day long about what blocks people from faith in Christ, but I cannot come up with one convincing answer...

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Column: Some things don’t change

Change is a desired and celebrated component of Christian life. “Things that don’t change are dead,” the saying goes.  A rich, consequential Christian life necessarily will be filled with change – new challenges, new...