Search ResultsConscience - The Echo of God's Voice This Catholic article discuses the conscience, arguing it as a an echo of God's voice with which we dialogue with God. | | How Not to Make Justice into a Program The second post in a series about how to "not make justice into a program at your local church." It addresses the issue of separation between personal and social salvation and its two, main theological underpinnings. | | The Willardian Correction JR Rozko summarizes some of the ways Dallas Willard's theology offers corrections to evangelicalism. Rozko discusses the difference between faith and belief, the problems with gospels of sin management, and Willard's doctrine of God. | | Examining Conscience Discussing how the heart relates to the conscience, James F. Keenan's article draws on the writings of Paul and Thomas Aquinas to explain that acting in conscience means working to align our actions with God's will.
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See more hymns... Heeding or Silencing the Conscience This daily reflection on Matthew 14: 1-12 points to the story of Herod and John the Baptist as a reminder that our consciences are a source of God's grace and mercy as we become more holy.... | Heeding or Silencing the Conscience Sermon starter for Matthew 14:1-12: A clear reminder of what is right and wrong is an act of mercy from God. We should thank God when our consciences remind us of things we need to change. | A Good Conscience John R Gunn recalls George Washington's response to slanderous accusations. He writes that if we have a good conscience, that what others say about us should not matter at all. | | The Crisis That Makes Me Grieve the Evangelical Church Rich Villodas shares his three griefs over the result of the 2016 United States presidential election. He says, "My deepest grief is with the subtle messianic language that has permeated churches and hearts." | | Loving the Lord and Keeping Your Conscience Clear The way to keep our conscience clear is to cling to the Lord in love—especially after we have betrayed him. Reflections by Eleonore Stump on 1 Peter 3:15-18 and John 14:15-21. | | A Fight for Nonviolent People Christians are non-violent people engaged in a fight, not using the weapons tied to our sinful nature (anger, revenge, hate) or against people, but against three easily identifiable enemies: Secularism, Individualism, Nationalism (SIN). | | The Conscience Fund In this quote to use as an illustration for Hebrews 9:14, Matthew 3:8, or 2 Corinthians 7:10-11, author Max Lucado demonstrates the conscience within all human beings that results from being made in God's image. | | Cowardice, Consensus, and Conscience Martin Luther King said, "Cowardice asks the question: Is it safe? Consensus asks the question: Is it popular? Conscience asks: Is it right?" His comment fits well in a sermon on courage and suffering for justice.... | |