About Me

 

DENNISSURFACE2 - WIN_20140620_113518Hi! My name is Dennis M. Cortes. I’m a Filipino lawyer who’s very much interested in theology. Here you’ll find some of my legal articles, theological reflections, sermons, songs, poems, etc.

 

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14 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hi Henry,

    Great to hear from you! I was really encouraged to learn that you’re now a pastor. Love your blog! Learned a thing or two from it that I’d like to reproduce in my own blog. Keep up the good work and God bless you and your family.

    Dennis

    P.S.

    It’ll be an honor to speak in your church, but you’ll have to return the favor by speaking in ours. 🙂

  2. hello brother dennis,

    this is your old classmate, friend, and bro in Christ, henry trocino, jr., back in the old la salle days. glad to know that you are maintaining a theological blog. good, biblical comments from a keen mind. you might like to check out my blog, “the glory of his grace,” at henrytrocino.wordpress.com.
    i will pm you through fb. would love to have you speak in our church someday soon. take care and God bless your ministry!

    henry

  3. Hi Atty.

    Really great to hear that there someone like you who serves God as well as practices law.I’m lay student as well.I am blessed that there is someone like you who puts God first. Sir if I can ask about your services as a lawyer would there be a contact info you can give me. thank you and may God bless and keep you…

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  5. Hi,
    I am a Filipino living in UK, am also studying Theology right now. I would love to hear/read reflections on Filipino Theology. I have been living here in the UK for about 23 years now, but I am very much interested on how my beloved countrymen apply Theology in our Nation and culture.
    I have pretty much been studying about Western Theologies and just recently had a discussion about contextual theology. The lecturer was from New Zealand, and she has raised some interesting point about African/Asian theology.
    Anyway, I am happy to bump into your site. God bless you, and may our country find a righteous leader.

    Tony R

    1. Hi Tony,

      Glad you dropped by. You’re living a dream of mine – studying theology abroad. BTW, I’m married to a Ramos from Sum-ag, Bacolod City. Don’t know if you’re related. Anyway, God bless you in your studies.

      Dennis

  6. miyong aga[please forgive the bad tagolog spelling] hi how are u and yvonne? we are fine. thought u would like to hear u left a lasting impression on kc. we just met with her teacher yesterday, she is now reading at grade 12.she really loves to read. thanks for instilling that in her, it will take her far. i also wanted to know if you have heard of the european neighbourhood policy, and if so what are ur thoughts on its relations to daniels 70th week? it seems very possable to me that may be the covenent spoken of.and also yesterday 11/3/9 the ratification of the lisbon treaty that will give the EU a pres. i fear that the pretrib rapture doctrine may cause many to fall away in the last days. i have never found adiquit evidence for that doctrine to settle it in my heart. just wondering what u think. everone says hi,love , ur brother in Christ, bob

    1. Hi Bob! Just saw your comment. I’m very happy to hear about KC’s progress and love for reading. I’m sorry I can’t say much about the European Neighborhood Policy and the Lisbon Treaty; I really don’t know much about these things. Re: the Pretrib rapture doctrine, many in our baptist association subscribe to this view. I haven’t really made up my mind what view to hold; what’s important to me is that Christ is sure to return! John MacArthur holds to the pretrib view; John Piper doesn’t: he’s an amillenialist. Both are very godly men, so I can’t really say that being pretrib (or not being pretrib) makes it easier for you to fall away in the last days. Anyway, regards to Ging and KC, and God bless all of you.

  7. Dear Atty Cortes,

    I am also a Filipino who is interested in matters pertaining to law and theology and am thankful that I stumbled on your blog page as redirected from the faith and theology website of a ben myers.

    I do not have time at the moment to look around to read more but will try to do so whenever divine providence allows/appoints.

    Polo

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