I’m doing a little cross promoting today, sharing an episode from a podcast that I do with Michelle Lesley called A Word Fitly Spoken. I hope you don’t mind. I’m doing this because I am deeply concerned about the biblical illiteracy I am seeing, and it’s not getting better as we all would hope. No, […]
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Christians Don’t Take Personality Tests
Posted By Marsha West on March 5, 2016 in Discernment, Occult, Psychology in the Church 14
I discovered the following post, written by Jessica Pickowicz, on Michelle Lesley’s blog. I’ve written on this subject myself in Carl Jung: Psychologist or Sorcerer? In it I examined Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typological approach to personality. The Myers-Briggs test is designed to see what makes people tick. Christians should not take part in […]
Referring to God as “He” makes women feel “less Christian”?
Posted By Amy Spreeman on May 31, 2015 in In the News 20
A group in the Church of England says it will shift the language of worship to call God a female, just to be fair. And to combat sexism. (Isn’t that sexism to change the Father, Son and Holy Spirit from He to She?) The “Rev” Emma Percy, chaplain of Trinity College, Oxford, said the dominance […]