Monthly Archives: March 2019

Here and Now: Behold!

​Moving from the Old Testament into the New Testament, the linkage word is, ‘Behold’–or more simply, ‘Look.’  It is what the angel told Joseph to do relative to the unexpected announcement that Mary was going to have a baby (Matthew … Continue reading

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Here and Now: Remember

​There is much more in the Old Testament that can help us live in the present moment, but we must move on if this series is to be contained within our yearlong time frame.  One final look at here-and-now living … Continue reading

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Here and Now: Prophetic Particularity

​We near the end of our brief exploration of the Hebrew Scriptures by pointing to the prophets as longstanding examples of those who saw and proclaimed the here-and-now life.  Beginning with Moses in Exodus 3, and running through the biblical … Continue reading

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Here and Now: Ever-Present Shepherd

​For many people, the 23rd psalm is the high-water mark in the Old Testament.  Its esteem is warranted for many reasons.  But one is that it roots life in the present moment.  The verbs are present tense.  David’s experience of … Continue reading

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Spiritual Life: The Vision Domain

 Creation is not only the dance of the spiritual life, it is the stage where the dance occurs.  It is the vision domain. When God created the heavens and the earth, it was the domain where the spiritual life is … Continue reading

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For the Bride: Bibliography

​A Basic Affirming Bibliography On Human Sexuality Below are books which have shaped my theology of human sexuality.  The list began as an attempt to gather biblical references, but in the course of doing so, I realized that a full orbed … Continue reading

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