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Prayer

But the “excitement” of Easter cannot be given to man by man himself. Even more than his exinanition, Christ’s exaltation is the consequence reached by God himself through his power in action.

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Christianity

An (irregular and happy) ode to Uncle Karl

‘Yes’
Yes – No
Yes
No … No … NO

Unto you … yes
No

The fully-come time – Yes
No
Yes
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Poetry

Sacrifice

Ephesians 5:22-33 is often read as about authority and about power and about those who hold it over those who don’t. In this message I suggest a more helpful way is to think in terms of sacrifice and of following the example we have through Christ, of sacrificing for our beloved.

Sermons

NEO-ORTHODOXY EXPLAINED ...

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Dr. John Gerstner discusses the difference between the classic Reformed Protestant faith and Neo-orthodoxy.

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The original audio was poorly recorded on substandard equipment. 211 more words

Christianity

Karl Barth on The Meaning of the Lord's Supper

In laying out Barth’s position on the Lord’s Supper we cannot properly speak of “Barth’s position” because Barth ended his Church Dogmatics (henceforth CD) before touching upon the Lord’s Supper (henceforth LS) extensively, 804 more words

Religion

"Imagining Barth and Nietzsche in Conversation" by Daniel Migliore

Daniel L. Migliore is Charles Hodge Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey, and author of Faith Seeking Understanding: An Introduction to Christian Theology… 535 more words

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