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Fulfillment

 

We are in a time of fulfillment when we may finally and fully understand the all-encompassing wholeness of one God Almighty who manifested Himself as Creator, Christ and Holy Spirit. And we may fully understand baptizing the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

The whole world may now move into the spiritual realm with a New World Spirit by acknowledging one God and understandi . . .

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Integral Part of Creation

A number of years ago, Jaroslav Pelikan (Luther theologian) stated, “The two biggest problems facing Christianity today are the dichotomy of the individual in society and of society in creation.

In the past we made the “individual-in-society” and “either-or” situation, thus the dichotomy. Yet even if individuals of integrity become integral parts of society, we still ne . . .

Commonly Held View of the World

A civilization needs a “commonly held view of the world to hold it together.” At the beginning of Western Civilization, that view was Augustine’s idea, which put God at the center of the universe. Today the world desperately needs a “unifying element” that will tie all the people of the world together. We need a commonly held worldview. We are tied together technologically, but we ne . . .

Age of Integrity

What are the ideas and attitudes that we hold in our hearts and minds? At present they are in chaos, since we dissected and analyzed everything into bits and pieces. On top of that, we also linger in the last gasps of a sensate culture when “the previous system of value is disintegrated and a new system not yet built, [so] we are are faced with social, mental and moral anarchy” (W. Warren Wag . . .

Conceptual Freedom

Mankind as a whole is now poised to cross the “Reformation” threshold. Each spiritual individual is truly able to think for himself. But in our present crisis of conceptual chaos this is more like standing on the brink of a threshold chasm. In order to step across the abyss of our knowledge gap—and glut—we need to sort through the pieces and build a bridge of understanding to reach ful . . .