Though the year is only a little more than half done, I sense that this will likely be Dr. Charlton's most important post of 2023.
Read it carefully. Then, when you're done, go back to the beginning and read it again. Slowly and even more thoroughly.
Some key highlights:
- Though vital, discerning evil is insufficient to make an individual a good Christian.
- The Omni-God concept that dominates Christianity is unraveling because it does not offer individuals a meaningful, comprehensible, or postive framework for good.
- Omni-God Christianity has no essential role for Jesus.
- Good cannot come from evil. Good comes from good.
- Christians need to be led by Jesus, not the abstract, absolute, incomprehensible Omni-God.
- Omni-God (negative) Christianity worked in the past because man's awareness of God, himself, others, and the world was different, but it is no longer feasible because man's consciousness has changed (developed).