Reproclaiming the Everlasting Gospel
A brief introduction here I am Lewis Hein from Casper, Wy, (son of Ellis Hein). I hope not to be too sporadic with my participation here, though I haven't really been prompt introducing myself. In my spare time, I enjoy gardening, birdwatching, and nature photography. I find the message of the Early Friends to be quite profound, and have been helped by them many times along my way
Warning: This blog post contains many questions and few answers. If you're here looking for answers, well... I'm so sorry. I wish I had them too.
Over the past couple of years, I have spent a fair amount of time travelling in, learning about, and generally hanging around South America. Over the course of my travels, I have participated in many discussions about religion, and with every one I have become more and more aware that, due to the history and religious climate these…Continue
Posted on 5thMo. 6, 2019 at 4:09 — 3 Comments
How are we to know the difference between true and false religion? religions, subsets of religions, and anti-religions abound, each one claiming to be the best. Over all, the banner of tolerance and respect is held high, in a manner that amounts to an admission of defeat. Since we can’t agree on the truth, proclaim one and all, we may as well resign ourselves to a life without it. This attitude has it’s good points; it is far better than wars fought by fanatics. But it is far from what we…Continue
Posted on 2ndMo. 5, 2017 at 4:37 — 2 Comments
I have often heard it said, in one way or another, that "The natural mind is the enemy of God". For me, this has always raised the question of "Why should God have given me a mind that is naturally his enemy?" It is contradictory that if man was created in the image of God, he should have been given a mind that is naturally his creator's enemy, but was "pre-bent" to be subservient.
After pondering this for a while, I was finally shown an answer that makes sense, If we turn to Genesis…Continue
Posted on 5thMo. 28, 2014 at 1:37 — 4 Comments