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  • Why Bother with Data Privacy? After all,​ it’s only data!

    I have tweaked my website to reflect my focus on Data Privacy, in particular, Congregational Data Privacy.  What you read in this musing is the opening pages of the site with some additional comment.  Keep an open mind, and maybe we will arrive at the same place in time where the Missional Church meets the […]

  • “We are staying the steady course of experience” Really?

    “Truth is not a thought, not a word, not a relationship between things, not a law. Truth is a Person. It is a Being which exceeds all beings and gives life to all. If you seek truth with love and for the sake of love, she will reveal the light of His face to you […]

  • Church Reimaged and Reinvented: Are you prepared?

    “Suppose there arise a dispute relative to some important question among us, should we not have recourse to the most ancient Churches with which the apostles held constant intercourse, and learn from them what is certain and clear regarding the present question? For how should it be if the apostles themselves had not left us […]

  • The Missional Church and the new world of technology are upon us…Are you prepared? June 5, 2018

    The Fourth and Fifth industrial revolutions of technology are reinventing your church staff, congregations and governing bodies and are TRANSFORMING THE JUDICATORY. The transformation is happening whether you like it or not. The always-connected congregation is expecting the technology that permeates the lives of your people is the same technology in their church. The Apostles […]

  • Book Club: The Edge of Reason 6, the five characteristics of rational discourse

    Originally posted on Footnotes to Plato:
    The Pioneer plaque Julian Baggini’s The Edge of Reason, of which we have so far examined the first five chapters, ends its second part with a discussion of the distinguishing characteristics of objective rational discourse. He begins it by suggesting that the problem with the classic (Platonic, really) view…

  • Liberation Theology

    Originally posted on Peace Connections:
    “Untie him and let him go free.” The story of Lazarus, while true, also serves as an allegory for each of us.  Like Lazarus, we suffer from a sickness that, without the visit of Christ, will bring death.  We suffer from the sickness of sin.  Without the voice of Christ…