A Theological Reflection on John Roa’s Songs and His AMGO Album

This page does not intend to critic John Roa’s songs nor give insights about it. Interpretations are taken contextually and purely for theological reflection.** “No man is an island,” John Donne penned as he meditated about life. This is true in our reality and even in the Scriptures. As I ponder about this statement ofContinue reading “A Theological Reflection on John Roa’s Songs and His AMGO Album”

A Theological Reflection on Park Min Young’s “Her Private Life”

This page does not intend to critic the movie nor give insights about it. This is purely theological reflection of a “fanboy.“ *Spoiler warning* Synopsis of the movie: Park Min Young, as Sung Deok Mi, is a curator in an Art Gallery Museum and secretly a successful fangirl of famous Korean popstar, Cha Shi An.Continue reading “A Theological Reflection on Park Min Young’s “Her Private Life””

Lesson 2: Divine Revelation

by John Paul Arceno | April 4, 2020 Since God revealed Himself, then the possibility to know Him is now open for humanity. Take note that it was God who initiated this revelation of Himself. Throughout history, God’s presence was felt. He works actively in our history. He is not just a Creator of theContinue reading “Lesson 2: Divine Revelation”

Lesson 1: Biblical Doctrines

by John Paul Arceno | March 27, 2020 The theme of this series is derived from John Calvin’s Institutes. “True and sound wisdom consists of two parts: knowledge of God and of ourselves.“[1] This is not to convert you to Calvinism or inject his teachings. Rather, this is to appreciate, one of the great ReformersContinue reading “Lesson 1: Biblical Doctrines”