Frederick Cardoza

Why You Should Be Informed (with 8 Tips to Become Informed)

By Frederick Cardoza Nov. 13, 2013 9:00 a.m. Christian Education, Church Life, Culture, Ministry and Leadership

Between 1750 and 1900, the total expanse of human knowledge had doubled. At that time of pre-technology human history, it took 150 years. Today, the growth of knowledge is occurring some 100 times faster. It is said that the entire sum of all known information, i.e., human knowledge, doubles every 1.5 years. By 2020 it is estimated that it will be doubling approximately every month and a half (72 days).  Think about that…

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Why Evil? Part 3 of 3

By Frederick Cardoza Jul. 3, 2011 1:25 a.m. Apologetics, Christian Education, Theology

Despite the evil that exists in our world, the Bible says that God keeps it from unraveling.

So, for now, God allows evil to be unleashed-- at least to a degree-- while keeping it in check so He can fulfill the plan He has for all ages— and until He establishes His eternal reign after the defeat of evil and all evildoers.

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Why Evil? Part 2 of 3

By Frederick Cardoza Jun. 3, 2011 1:18 a.m. Apologetics, Christian Education, Theology

We’ve seen a lot of death, pain, suffering, and evil in our world during the last few years, so today I want to address a few questions having to do with evil, pain and suffering— questions that, I believe, all ‘thinking’ people ask.


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Why Evil? Part 1 of 3

By Frederick Cardoza May. 3, 2011 1:09 a.m. Christian Education, Ethics, Theology

Evil is present in the world.  It was seen in the face of Usama bin Laden.  It is also seen in things like murder, child abuse, terrorism, and natural disasters. Many Christians and non-Christians don't understand why evil is present in the world.  Here's why.

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Ideas: Not Without Consequence

By Frederick Cardoza Mar. 13, 2011 11:27 p.m. Christian Education, Culture

Ideas are not neutral and irrelevant.  They are constructs of language that can have helpful or hurtful cooresponding effects.  All ideas are not equally valid and are not necessarily even true... but, true or not, ideas can have powerful effects and great care should be taken in our handling of them.

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The Power of a Pure Life

By Frederick Cardoza Feb. 27, 2011 10:00 p.m. Christian Education

Purity begets personal power.

This personal power comes from integrity. Integrity creates inner strength, which manifests itself in strong character. This 'character' increasingly produces unmitigated power in the life of the person possessing it-- and such a person is fueled by nothing other than pure conviction.

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The Fear Factor

By Frederick Cardoza Feb. 23, 2011 8:48 a.m. Christian Education, Spiritual Formation

Edvard Munch's ultimate work was his expressionist series The Frieze of Life. In that series Munch sought to illustrate some of the most fundamental themes of the human experience: life, love, death, melancholy, and fear.

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