Read more "At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter who’s stronger, smarter, prettier or richer. The only thing that matters is whether you’re happy or not. — Totally Inspired Mind"
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Read more "When God gives you a new beginning, it starts with an ending. Be thankful for closed doors. They often guide us to the right one. — Totally Inspired Mind"
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Read more "B is for Blogger — This, That, and The Other"
I often wonder what I am. Am I a blogger who writes or am I a writer who blogs? I read an interesting post last week from fellow blogger Teresa, aka The Haunted Wordsmith. In that post, Teresa, who blogs on both WordPress and Medium, wrote: “Anyone who puts two words together with a purpose is […]
The digital thermometer in my car said it was -23°C. I was parked by the side of the road, wondering if anyone would show up. A couple of electronic regrets popped up on my phone. It was easy to understand, who wants to pray when it’s this cold. Or more specifically, who wants to pray […]
Anthony introduces “forest church” and if we think about it “forest church” is meeting the Universal Christ in every thing, meeting the living God.Read more "Praying with the Forest — Sanctorum Communio"
Read more "Just Wave the White Flag of Surrender and Go Into the Party: a Sermon for the Lost – Luke 15 – Lent 4C — pastordawn"
I am indebted to Amy-Jill Levine’s book “short stories by Jesus” and Bernard Brandon Scott’s book “Hear Then the Parable” for challenging me to look beyond the Christian bias of interpreting Jesus’ parables through the lens of the repentance and forgiveness and attempting to hear this story in ways more in keeping with Judaism. Following […]
Read more "The Death Penalty and Hell Entanglement and Evolution — Public Orthodoxy"
by Roberto J. De La Noval “There is no doubt that on this point we are faced with a profound evolution of dogma.” These are the words of Pope Benedict XVI, from… 1,203 more words
Read more "Tertullian: A Critical Biography — Early Christian Archives (τὰ ἀρχεῖα)"
Note: As a service to fellow researchers, I am going to post critical biographies of the church fathers I examined in my book The Trinitarian Testimony of the Spirit. These biographical overviews were included in my original dissertation but were cut from the published version. Original footnotes are included as endnotes below; in conjunction with the essential […]