I have no illusions of grandeur, so by making the following comparison, please understand that it’s about giving context rather than implying equivalence in significance. Students of history will be well acquainted with Martin Luther and his 95 theses. I’d like to post my own theses with a similar “searching, rather than doctrinaire” attitude to call into question many of the “accepted” practices in the church today that, in my view, do not line up with scriptural precedence. Furthermore, I’d like to take the opportunity to state what I read in the scriptures as the definition of what it means to be a Christian, since I think there’s a lot of bad press in this regard (some deservedly, but much of it malicious or out of context). So it’s really about levelling the playing fields and giving everyone an opportunity to evaluate the subject objectively.
The definition of a thesis, as you can see above, is a document presenting an author’s research and findings, only in this case I’m not doing it to obtain an academic qualification. In fact, the issues at stake here are too important to reduce to an academic debate, but nonetheless require diligence in research and study.
This section is dedicated to laying out the key tenets of Wisdomhub, so this is really the “heart and soul” of the site.