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Jeff Patton
Journalist, author of  Walk a Straight Path in a Crooked World, documentary filmmaker, and an episkopos (elder/bishop/guardian) in the Church of God, Jeff serves presently in Nanaimo, BC.

His blog builds upon a foundation of previous writing that focuses on teaching the moral logic of the universe as found in the Judeo-Christian scriptures. There is much confusion today about how to live “happily ever after.” But we  don’t want to live our lives based on fairy tales, myths and the politically correct fads of today, but by the wisdom that has been proven and preserved over the last 4,000 years.

Jeff encourages believers to embrace the principle of sola scriptura and look to the scriptures for the wisdom for life’s walk, because there is no other source of spiritual truth. There is a need to live today with our feet firmly on this solid rock of truth and our eyes focused on a vision of the world tomorrow.

You can find out more about Jeff here on our sister site COGWebcast

9 thoughts on “About

  1. Ray Goodrum

    Congradulations on your new website Jeff and I imagine you are going to have some good topics for us to read. Keep up the good work. God bless you

  2. Laura Little.

    I love your website and the willingness to put the truth out there. It’s refreshing and inspiring! I hope many people start reading your blogs.

  3. JF

    Hi Jeff
    When I saw that you had authored a book, I purchased a copy and read the first couple chapters this morning. So far I love the personal stories & humour … In some ways, it is the reflections & personal testimony of a husband, wife & family in their Christian walk — but in other ways it richly quotes wisdom & insights from both scripture and a varied number of others, who have discovered truths along the way. I am eager to read more of “The Straight Path”, and I see in this book many of today’s “Crooked paths” you are speaking out against (with this website & it’s view towards the World Tomorrow). Well done!

  4. maclisa

    i like the way how you are giving chance peaple to know more about world’s greatest news easily through this wepsite…keep it up its great…

  5. Steve Goodall

    From: Goodall, Steve A Sent: Saturday, July 16, 2011 9:33 AMSaturday, July 16, 2011 9:33 AMTo: ‘tellimarc@yahoo.com”tellimarc@yahoo.com’Subject: Goodall, Steve A Sent: Saturday, July 16, 2011 9:33 AMSaturday, July 16, 2011 9:33 AMTo: ‘tellimarc@yahoo.com”tellimarc@yahoo.com’Subject: Dear Mr. Patton, I just discovered your email address after a fair amount of on-line searching. I am a 54 year old man who was saved in Christ 6 just years ago. I live and work in TX with my wife and four children. We all six know Christ Jesus as Lord and Savior. I am reading your piece on Charles Stanley this morning. I found it on the web site titled “Biblical Theology”. One of the things that strikes me as I read is your emphasis on certain words. For example you seem to hate the word punishment to be used in any association with the death of Christ, favoring suffering. Actually, punishment is a narrower definition of suffering, as a suffering which exacts a payment. Also, the word payment seems to cause you angst. What exactly is a ransom then? What is a bond-servant? Do you believe that I have been purchased with the blood of Christ and that I am now His bond-servant? Anyway, I am on page ten and will read thru to the end. At this point in your essay I am wondering whether or not you believe that Jesus died for the forgiveness of my sins. I am wondering what you believe happened to Jesus for the three days between the cross and the resurrection. Most people who write and publish as much as you do are usually quite public. Do you mind if I ask who you are and what your credentials are…age, church, education, employment, kingdom ministry? I just like to know a little about a person who I learn from. God bless, steve goodall

  6. Jeff Post author

    Steve: I’m not quite sure what article of Jeff’s you are referring to as I am not aware that Jeff Patton (Jeffrey Hunter Patton, Nanaimo, BC) published anything on the “Biblical Theology” site you mentioned. Nor do I find anything relating to Charles Stanley on our websites. However, If you are interested in what scripture teaches about Christ’s sacrifice on our behalf, and our relationship as servants of our saviour then you might consider viewing the following sermons that are archived on our website cogwebcast.com
    http://cogwebcast.com/sermons/preparing-for-passover/
    http://cogwebcast.com/sermons/christ-the-wave-sheaf/
    http://cogwebcast.com/sermons/who-is-your-rock/
    There is also a four part series on the gospel that touches on this most important understanding of Christ’s relationship to his followers.
    Sermons prior to 2011 are archived at cognanaimo.org.
    You may also want to tune-in to our weekly live sermon each Sabbath at 11:30pst athttp://cogwebcast.com/webcast/ where it is available in several platforms for computer or mobile devices.
    Thank you for interest.
    Carolanne

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