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Is someone with an addiction always an addict?

Is someone with an addiction always an addict?

Calvary’s Shaun LePage visits with two former addicts who say that if a person has an “addict mentality” then their behaviors will be like an addict. But how can a person escape the “addict mentality”? How can a person with an addiction begin to see themselves as something greater than an addict?

Join Calvary alum Tim Chally, and students Kelly Bowlin and Richard Barham—all of whom have been in the trenches, helping people deal with addiction from the biblical worldview—as they discuss the important identity issues related to addiction recovery.

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How does the biblical worldview help us overcome addiction?

How does the biblical worldview help us overcome addiction?

Is addiction a disease or sin or both? Is someone dealing with addiction always an addict—does it become part of their identity? The way we answer these questions will have a huge impact on how we think about and deal with addiction.

Calvary University’s Shaun LePage invited two Calvary University students—Kelly Bowlin and Richard Barham, who have personally dealt with the devastating power of addiction—to have a conversation with CU alum and pastor, Tim Chally, who has worked in addiction recovery, about this critical issue from the biblical worldview.  

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What is the biblical worldview of identity?

What is the biblical worldview of identity?

What is the most important aspect of our identity? Is it our gender? Our physiology? Is it something less tangible—the way we think or feel or believe? We can all agree that human identity is a critical issue—gaining clarity is at the heart of our mental, emotional and spiritual health.

Join the Calvary Conversations team as they discuss this important subject from the biblical worldview. Has God spoken about human identity? Does the Bible teach that our identity is personal and fluid, or is our identity God-given?

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The most important worldview question: Does God exist?

The most important worldview question: Does God exist?

Does God exist? Everyone has to answer this question, not just Christians. Of course, there are numerous answers people give to that question, but your answer shapes your worldview more than any other idea or belief.

Dr. Mike Dodds invited Ian Bacon of Calvary University’s Bible & Theology Department, to join fellow Calvary Conversations hosts Tim Hange and Shaun LePage to discuss this primary subject along with ideas for how to help non-Christians embrace the true and living God.

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How will it impact our values to believe we are created in the “image of God”?

How will it impact our values to believe we are created in the “image of God”?

Our value system should be impacted by the biblical belief that we are created in God’s image. But how? How should it distinguish us from people who don’t believe this? And how should it impact how we treat other people? Speak to other people?

Join the Calvary Conversations team—Dr. Joshua Paxton, Dr. Mike Dodds, Tim Hange and Shaun LePage—as they explore this important aspect of the biblical worldview.

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Why is it important than human beings are made in the “image of God”?

Why is it important than human beings are made in the “image of God”?

Who are we? What are we? Are humans a highly evolved type of animal, or are we—as the Bible teaches—made in “the image of God”? If we are image-bearers, what does that mean and how does it relate to our individual identities?

Join the Calvary Conversations hosts— Dr. Joshua Paxton, Shaun LePage, Tim Hange, and Dr. Mike Dodds—as they explore this important subject from the biblical worldview and how it relates to our everyday lives.

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