What is Orthodox Colvinism?

Well….it’s a stretch.  The word “orthodox” means   “customary or conventional, as a means or method; established.” That’s the problem, isn’t it.  We all change and (hopefully) grow, so that what is established in our beliefs and habits is in a state of flux (possibly one of the 7 new states recently announced).

So, we sort all the things that we hear and read and watch into different piles – true, false, good, bad, beautiful, ugly, right wrong…..  Paul, the apostle, wrote “But examine everything carefully; hold fast to that which is good.”  As we “hold fast” we will accumulate a treasury of truth to base our lives upon.  This blog will be about the experience of that sorting.  I welcome comments, corrections, or outbursts.


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4 Responses to What is Orthodox Colvinism?

  1. so far, so good. i look forward to more.

  2. Steve Cowan says:

    Welcome to the blogosphere!

  3. Thanks guys! I hope to keep it interesting.

  4. Hope says:

    Oh, you are always “interesting”. Good writings!!

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