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Dr. Steve’s McSwain’s Blog Posts
If you know me, you know I am devoted to the Church in all its varied communal expressions. As for me, I was raised in a Baptist pastor’s home and, after earning a bachelor degree from a university in Kentucky, I went on to be trained as a minister myself in Baptist institutions of higher […]
The first thing God said to Moses was, “Take off your shoes” (Exodus 3:5). Why? Freshly laid carpet? Hardly, although sometimes I think that Hank, our newest dachshund family member could show a little more respect for his new home and stop taking a poop on the decorative carpet that covers a portion of the […]
“The religious profile of the world is rapidly changing…” according to the recently released PewResearchCenter report on world religions. World Religions I sometimes think there is so much information coming at us these days, we miss many important things. I can think of few things more important, however, than this report and what it means […]
Millennials Leaving Church, But Why? Millennials leaving Church is a reality no one can deny. Not any longer, anyway. The real truth is, however, the exodus is not limited to Millennials. But why? According to the Pew Forum on Religion in Public Life, three among every ten Millennials is unaffiliated with any religion. But again, […]
21st Century Church… The popular group Hozier has a hit song “Take Me to Church.” Lest you think, however, the title reflects the current youth culture’s longing to return to the Church they have abandoned, think again. One line in the lyrics goes like this: “If the heavens ever did speak She’s the last true […]
Fears I think I have always lived slightly afraid of something. • I am not afraid of being attacked like a soldier must feel on a battlefield. • I am not afraid of falling off a cliff, although I would be if I did not avoid heights. • I am not afraid of being struck […]
The Rapture of the Church There are two beliefs at work within extreme religious groups in the world today. First, there are some Christians who believe in what is called the “Rapture” or, more precisely, the “pre-millennial dispensational” view of the end of human history. The other is a similar belief held by ISIS, a […]
Change. Sooner or later, everyone wants to change something. We begin each new year resolving to make changes… In our relationships; In our priorities; In our health; In our personal fitness; In our eating habits; In our ambitions; In our careers; Even in our beliefs. Within weeks, however, many of the changes we set out […]
There is no greater need than the capacity to hear. I am not referring, however, to audible hearing, as important as it is. I am referring instead to the capacity to hear at a deeply intuitive level. Becoming a better listener at this level would enhance every aspect of your life. Clear the Wax from […]
“Who is God?” I am often asked. At the mere mention of “God” my next and almost immediate thought is of an old, benevolent, all-powerful, all-knowing, all-encompassing granddaddy-type located somewhere in the sky. This is the image that comes to my mind. Or, used to come to my mind. I could not help it. I […]