Faithful Living and the Difference between Kerygma and Myth

by Harold W. Anderson, Ph.D., M.A., M.Div by Harold W. Anderson, Ph.D., M.A., M.Div         It is impossible to use electric light and the wireless and to avail ourselves of modern medical and surgical discoveries, and at the same time to believe in the New Testament world of spirits and miracles.  WeContinue reading “Faithful Living and the Difference between Kerygma and Myth”

Beliefs Have Consequences

by Harold W. Anderson, M.Div., Ph.D. Belief is powerful.  It changes things and the more people believe it, the more things change.  This, I suppose, is the lesson of systems.  A singular belief can be something powerful for the person who holds it, but it may have little impact upon others.  But a belief thatContinue reading “Beliefs Have Consequences”

Faith…But Faith in What?

by Harold W. Anderson, Ph.D., LMFT, M.Div. It is difficult to know what the word for faith in the New Testament means because all too often, the term is used without definition.  One of the few biblical definitions is given in Hebrew 11:1, which states “Now faith is being sure of what we hope forContinue reading “Faith…But Faith in What?”