Monthly Archives: November 2014

For the Bride: Inevitable Vantage Points

Last week, I introduced the theme of hermeneutics–an indispensable topic if we are to understand the basis of our contemporary debate regarding human sexuality.. What hermeneutics rightly tells us is that the issue is not about who is “biblical,” but … Continue reading

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Editorial: Capitulation to Culture

The oft-heard allegation by Conservatives, that Progressives are the ones who have capitulated to culture, can never be more than a half truth.  And when left unchallenged, it is a lie allowed to masquerade as the whole truth.  But the … Continue reading

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In-Sight: Fresh Voices (2)

Here are the fresh voices of men (historical and contemporary) who are guiding and helping me.  Again, feel free to use the comment feature to share those who are influencing you. Historical—Desert Fathers, Benedict of Nursia, Bernard of Clairvaux, St. … Continue reading

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Journey: The Divine Reversal

Read: Rivalry or Reconciliation? We do not go far into the biblical narrative before we run into an essential truth–one that if missed will skew everything else: God does not operate on our terms.  When the fallen world is in … Continue reading

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For the Bride: Playing With Blocks

I grew up before Legos were around, but when I was a child, I had wooden blocks.  They came in different colors, with letters, numbers, animals, and symbols on the various sides.  It was easy to spend long amounts of … Continue reading

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In-Sight: Fresh Voices (1)

A couple of months ago, social media circulated people’s “Top 10 Book” lists.  I thought I might join in, but soon found it impossible to make a list that I was satisfied with.  But the attempt led me to a … Continue reading

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Journey: What Are Our Questions?

Read:  It’s Not Too Late Questioning is not doubting.  Questioning is acknowledging that the little we know is a speck when placed into God’s infinite knowledge.  Questions are our way of saying to God, “Tell me more.” McLaren shows through … Continue reading

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