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Things God Taught Me

I’m no longer the person I used to be, and the person I am now, may not necessarily be the person I will be tomorrow; but the type of person I will end up becoming, depends on the measure I put in and it is this way, God gives each man, the measure they deserve. 1,084 more words

The Futility of Significance (Statistical, that is)

A wonderful surprise arrived in my gmail inbox this morning. A message from Neil Thomason, a dear colleague of mine, who sends me interestingĀ things to read from time to time. 3,674 more words


Critical judgment.

Common are complaints about criticisms mistaken for complaints. Rare are criticisms of complaints mistaken for criticisms.

April 22, 2014: Easter Sunday

I was invited to spend Easter Sunday with my immediate family. Actually, my mom knew how I felt about going to family gatherings without Mara, so she asked me if I wanted to come over for just a little while. 103 more words

A Room of-- No, never mind.

I’ve been thinking, for most of the past few years I think, about having A Room of My Own. In my head, it’s always a small, clean, minimally decorated space, all faded wood and white walls. 832 more words

Praising God in Paradoxes

As we seek to know God more in his Word, and as we do theology, we are going to be faced with paradoxes and complementary truths that we will be forced to hold in tension. 867 more words