Posts in Category: theology

Where did Cain get his wife from?

A diligent reading of the Bible reveals the most difficult question often asked: “Where did Cain get his wife from?”. From Genesis 4: 1-2, we find the birth of Cain and Abel. In Genesis 4: 25, Adam had another son called Seth. In-between the births of Cain and Seth, we are introduced to the wife and genealogy of Cain in Genesis 4: 17-24: “Cain lay with his wife, and

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“The Amen, the Faithful and True Witness, the Ruler of God’s Creation”: Understanding Christ’s remedy for the lukewarm state of the Church in Laodicea

The church in Laodicea is one of the churches in Asia Minor that received a personal letter from Christ through the Patmos prophet John. The church appears as the only church without a commendation from Christ. During the time of the writing of the book of Revelation, the church had developed a syndrome known as lukewarm (neither cold nor hot). It seemed the church had lost its Christlikeness

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Think About This: “It Is Written” And “Sola Scriptura”

People often use these expressions “It is written” and “Sola scriptura” to make emphasis in theological dialogues such as in the authority of scripture. Mostly, they use it to appeal to the reason of their opponent as having the right pedestal. Today, I would like to draw attention to the fact that these concepts can be misleading, and can also veil the user’s pure reasoning abilities. Concepts are

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