The Bible Vs Theology – Christian Author Weighs In

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The Bible Vs Theology – Christian Author Weighs In

The Bible Vs Theology - Christian Author Weighs In
Why do Christian groups hold conflicting beliefs? What’s a reliable resource to guide you through conflicting ideas, worldviews, and denominationalism? Look no further. In “The Bible vs. Theology,” Christian author, John Mwafise Woloko, not only addresses whether theology replaces the Bible, but also challenges popular misconceptions about unity, diversity, and divisions among Christian movements.

From ‘‘April 6 to July 19, 1994, over 800,000 people lost their lives in the Rwandan Genocide, with about two million others forced to flee because of violence.’’ The Arab Janjaweed militias engaged in a focused campaign of ‘‘terrorism and ethnic cleansing in Darfur in 2003, resulting in the deaths of at least 300,000 individuals and the displacement of nearly three million.’’ Following the 9/11 attacks in 2001, the US started a “war on terrorism” in Afghanistan resulting in deaths of an ‘‘estimated 30,000 Afghan troops and police, 31,000 Afghan civilians, over 3500 NATO-led coalition troops, and around 30,000 Pakistani government forces between 2001 and 2016.’’ On March 20, 2003, the US and its allies embarked on an alleged mission to find ‘‘weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.’’ To this day, they have shown no weapons to the public, but this war caused the ‘‘deaths of 4,700 coalition troops and at least 85,000 Iraqi civilians. It also left behind sectarian violence between ISIS and the Iraqi government, claiming over 50,000 civilian lives.’’ The ongoing Russia-Ukraine geopolitical conflict has resulted in significant casualties on both sides, severely impacting the world economy. On October 7, 2023, amidst economic recovery attempts, Israel launched major attacks on Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

Who benefits from these crimes against humanity? Does a genuine quest for peace truly exist in this world?

One might believe that the UN’s global agenda to unite nations and enforce sustainable development goals holds the answer. However, upon closer examination, many nations question the credibility of the UN’s global agenda to unite nations and enforce sustainable development goals. This skepticism is because of the UN’s failure to protect nations in the past or prevent invasions, including that of Iraq, Libya, and Palestine and its ambiguous stance on recent coups in Burkina Faso, Mali, and Gabon.

To gain insights into the world’s present circumstances, let’s turn to George Washington, the influential figure who shaped the current global order. He claimed, ‘‘It is a maxim founded on the universal experience of mankind, that no nation is to be trusted further than it is bound by its interest; and no prudent statesman or politician will venture to depart from it.’’ It’s all about self-interest, and no nation strays from this principle. I challenge anyone to find a nation that does the opposite, not even the weaker Palestine that most people sympathize with. Each nation fights for what they believe is in their best interest.

What’s even more interesting is that this self-interest extends beyond nations and politicians, impacting everything from businesses to individuals. It’s unrealistic to expect a country to easily change their agenda when their primary income comes from manufacturing and selling weapons of mass destruction or harmful pesticides. According to Washington, such a country works towards self-destruction. As a result, the sounds of guns will remain prevalent on our streets and cancer rates will escalate.

It’s surprising to discover that the church has been impacted by this spirit of self-interest. Two prominent figures, John Calvin and Jacobus Arminius, championed two principal schools of thought in history: Calvinism and Arminianism. Followers of John Calvin believe they have the right interpretation of the Logos on subjects such as predestination, God’s sovereignty, and Eschatology. Followers of Jacob Arminius hold the same belief. This resulted in the emergence of different viewpoints within the Christian community, causing divisions among Christian groups.

Conclusion

Should Christians imitate the world in pursuing self-interest? How much longer should we hide behind the false unity suggested by Christian ecumenism? Isn’t it God’s will for us to unite and be a true source of light in this world? Paul warns, ‘‘Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you, And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons* and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty (2 Corinthians 6:17-18). God wants us to unite, seek His guidance, trust in Him, and become stronger to achieve His purpose for humanity. Are you prepared to take that brave leap and engage with Him now?

About The Bible Vs Theology

Why do Christian groups hold conflicting beliefs? What’s a reliable resource to guide you through conflicting ideas, worldviews, and denominationalism? Look no further. The Bible vs. Theology not only addresses whether theology replaces the Bible, but also challenges misconceptions about unity, diversity, and divisions among Christian movements. This thought-provoking work will help you understand how the Bible inspires theologies and when to seek help from theologians. Not only will you discover the risks of prioritizing theology over the Bible, but also you will discover strategies for informed decision-making amid conflicting beliefs. The Bible vs. Theology will help you protect yourself from those whose ignorance, logical fallacies, and misleading interpretations twist Scripture for the sake of pride and personal gain.

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