"I am proposing to use two relatively neutral, descriptive terms, Oneism and Twoism, in order to avoid applying a narrow theological system that only a few of us could affirm. These terms seek to express the only two bedrock options found in Romans 1:25: either the worship and service of creation understood as closed, homogeneous system, or the worship and service by creation of the transcendent ontologically other Creator."
We are living in a most disorienting time, especially since someone said that orientation is knowing where the East is! When I came to the States in 1964, the threat from the East was not spiritual but material—atheistic Marxism and a fear of the disappearance of religion altogether, predicted by Ludwig Feuerbach, Karl Marx, and Sigmund Freud....
The 1960s Death of God theology seemed to represent in North America the final triumph of secular humanism.In 1967, the sociologist Peter Berger did note the “overall decline in the plausibility of Christianity,”but what few saw, including Berger, was also the demise of secular humanism. In 2008, in an article entitled “Secularization Falsified,” Berger had changed his mind. Religion had not been declining. On the contrary, in much of the world there has been a veritable explosion of religious faith.
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Description: Our culture is increasingly embracing spiritual oneness, a pagan age of re-enchantment that will elevate man to his highest potential. But sinful men can never achieve oneness with a holy God from whom they are separated apart from Jesus Christ. I'll talk about the futile modern quest and the hope of the gospel with Carl Teichrib, editor of Forcing Change and author of the book, "Game of Gods."