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For the Bride: On Break

“For the Bride” is on a Christmas break. It resumes on January 9th.

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If you follow me on Instagram you may have noticed a certain new piece of bling made an appearance during our San Juan trip last week. 403 more words

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For the Bride: Infrastructure

Buildings stand because of their infrastructure, what Jesus called “the good foundation.” As we conclude our brief look at the place of hermeneutics in the human sexuality debate, I will stay with Wesley’s sermon “The Catholic Spirit” one more time. 502 more words

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For the Bride: The Critical Element

I want to continue to use Wesley’s sermon, “Catholic Spirit,” to shed further light on our continuing exploration of honoring and being the Bride of Christ today. 481 more words

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For the Bride: The Key Distinction

Hermeneutics enables us to claim the key distinction necessary for fellowship–the distinction between doctrine and opinion–between what is primary and what is secondary. Until we are willing to do this, we have little hope for charitable discourse, or a fully Christian resolution to the human sexuality debate. 345 more words

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For the Bride: Special Report

Since last April, when I wrote ‘For the Sake of the Bride,’ I have read more on the subject of human sexuality than during any comparable period in my life. 310 more words

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For the Bride: The God Window

Continuing our exploration of hermeneutics, we come to realize that our concept of God largely determines how we view the Christian message.  If we view God as essentially angry with us (even if it is righteous indignation), we will almost certainly gravitate to the passages where wrath and judgment are the dominant themes.  466 more words

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