Making excuses is a part of life. For some, excuses are practically a way of life, becoming so common that it’s almost tempting to call them a routine. Everybody is guilty of it, but for Catholics, the habit of making excuses can be dangerous. Your Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit would like you to know why.
When a person experiences hardships in life, it can begin to shape the tone for who that person is to become. Hardships have the potential to help us grow, but on the other hand, they can also turn into an excuse NOT to grow. Thus, there are people who blame their ill behavior and sinful ways on a bad childhood, a mean teacher, a slave-driving boss, an indifferent spouse, etc.Read more on this article.http://bit.ly/2olDMsB
The word ‘theology’ often triggers negative reactions—sometimes, even among Christians who frequent churches like Old St. Marys in Detroit. Every so often, you’ll hear someone say they don’t need theology to be good. But the truth is, every believer needs theology. In fact, it’s necessary in everyday life!
What is theology and why should you study it”
The word theology is combination of the Greek words ‘theos,’ meaning ‘God,’ and ‘logos,’ meaning ‘study’ or ‘discuss.’ Basically speaking, theology is the study of God, but this definition is an oversimplification. Since God is a creator who acts in the world and is the source of all that is good, theology includes so much more. Here are four reasons why Christians like you should study theology.Read more on this article.http://bit.ly/2olCHkz