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Holy Conception

“who was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary.” [1]

By Stephen W. Hiemstra

Do you ever feel isolated from God? 518 more words

Reflection

Concepción Santa

“quien fue concebido del Espiritu Santo, nacio de la virgen Maria” [1]

Por Stephen W. Hiemstra

¿Se siente aislado de Dios?

Este aislamiento no es accidente. 508 more words

Reflexión

Genesis 1-3: Genre and Significance

In my previous post, I discussed the importance of understanding the genre of a text in order to read and interpret it more correctly (I say “more correctly” because it is nearly impossible to interpret a text exactly how it was intended to be understood). 424 more words

Jesus

The Creation Account: a display of God as supremely loving and triumphant

In most theological circles that hold scripture in high regard, the common hermeneutical refrain is often that of ‘Let the Bible interpret the Bible’. While this is in fact a wonderful rule of thumb, far too often in practice, we can digress into a plain reading hermeneutic based primarily on Prima Facie. 2,355 more words

Sermon on Gn 2:4b-15

Preaching today at St. Paul’s on Gn 2:4b-15 that God’s creator, saviour and preserver of all – that’s why we ought to be grateful, confident and full of hope. 41 more words

Sermon

God Creates Light

While the earth was formless and void,
Creation through God’s power employed;
Out of darkness God created the light,
While He existed in unapproachable Bright; 109 more words

Jesus Christ

I Too Was “Formless and Empty”

There are many positives of Genesis 1:1 (“In the Beginning God created the heavens and the earth”)- answering mankind’s Two Big Questions, hinting about… 1,266 more words

Creation