Thinking Gears   re:thinking masthead
editor: allan turner        

September 2005 Edition

Welcome to the second edition of re:thinking magazine. The premiere edition can be read in its entirety by clicking here. Below you will find the titles, with a short synopsis, of the various articles appearing in this issue. We are interested in any feedback you may have, whether positive or not, so feel free to e-mail us at If you wish to correspond directly with the writers, their e-mail addresses are provided at the end of their articles.

Editorially Speaking: Darwinian Spoilsports, A Big Gray Elephant, And Godís Continued Blessings

By Allan Turner

If youíre interested in what Darwinian spoilsports, a big gray elephant, and Godís continued blessings on this nation may have in common, then youíll want to read what Allan thinks about it by clicking here.

The Indwelling Of The Holy Spirit (Part I)

By Wayne Wells

In this first of several articles on the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, Wayne makes it clear that the Bible teaches emphatically that the Holy Spirit dwells within each and every Christian. While pointing out that no Bible-believer should ever deny this truth, he'll deal with the differences of opinion that exist on just how He does so. To read more about it, click here.

The Evolving Doctrine of Mary

By Randy Blackaby

Randy subtitles this article, "A Case Study in the Progress of Error." With all the respect and admiration of the mother of Jesus, he shows the fables generated by the Romanists while ably pointing out that Mary's story needs no mythological additions to make it wondrous, inspiring and faith-building. To read this article click here.

Gender & Worship (Part II)

By Allan Turner

In this second in a series of five articles, Allan continues to argue there are serious differences over the role of women in public worship, along with the part they are to play in church leadership. To read more about this, and other aspects of this issue, click here.

Why Genesis Matters (Part II)

By Doy Moyer

In this second of several articles, Doy continues to explain why Genesis matters when it comes to developing and maintaining a genuine biblical worldview. Last month, he observed that Humanists know how important Genesis is, for they realize if they can destroy the foundation for a Creator, the whole Christian worldview comes crashing down around us. In other words, ideas do have consequences and our enemies know it. In this installment, Doy refers to the intellectual pride that threatens to destroy our society. To read more about it, click here.

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