Doing

What form of action and commitment does Christianity call for? How should it be pursued? To what extent? What should one consider as part of Christian faith in action? Can learning really occur without applying what one is learning? Is it possible to know anything without experimenting the implications of what is being learned? These are some of the questions asked within the articles published under this section called Doing.

Doing ? Psalm 90:17

Let the favor of the Lord our God be upon us,
and establish the work of our hands upon us;
yes, establish the work of our hands! (Psalm 90:17, ESV)

How does Doing relate to Learning, Knowing, and Believing?

Can learning really occur without applying what one is learning? Is it possible to know anything without experimenting the implications of what is being learned?

Such concerns are dealt with under:

Is there a Quality of Doing that is Specifically Christian?

Within the framework of Christianity, what is it that deserves to be done, and how should one go about doing it? Finally, what should be considered the basis and extent of commitment?

Doing - Jonah 4:10-11

And the Lord said, “You pity the plant, for which you did not labor, nor did you make it grow, which came into being in a night and perished in a night. And should not I pity Nineveh, that great city, in which there are more than 120,000 persons who do not know their right hand from their left, and also much cattle?” (Jonah 4:10-11, ESV)

The later themes mentioned just above, some of which being somewhat autobiographical, are dealt under:

These are the kinds of questions explored in the present section of this site.

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Author: Daniel Garneau, B Th, B Com, MA.
Edited: May 2016; April 2017; July 25, 26 and 30, 2018.

Research key words: doing; Christian faith in action.