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Losing sight of the power of the cross

The charges are severe (from NT Wright’s book, The Day The Revolution Began): 191 more words



We have made “sin” a list of things. It makes it easy to define the “insiders” and the “outsiders.”  211 more words


Are we asking the wrong questions?

Working through a N.T. Wright book is usually slow work for me, mainly because I can’t “get” what he is saying right away. This time,  254 more words


The Church Isn’t a Corporate Ladder

I’ve been preaching through Ephesians and stressing a movement in the letter between chapters 3 & 4. In the first three chapters Paul dwells on the believers understanding of God. 706 more words

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Book Report: Counted Righteous in Christ

The bulk of the argument is in the 3rd chapter where Piper presents exegetical arguments for imputed righteousness, particularly in Romans (and other related pauline texts). 124 more words

Book Report

Why Hope?

Jeremiah 14:7-10, 20-22

Sermon: “Why Hope?”

The last weeks, we’ve been reflecting quite a bit on faith, hope, and trust. I expect it has been a nice reprieve from all the banging on about God’s love that I tend to do. 1,494 more words


Marlin Watling - On A Napkin - Paul and the Faithfulness of God (NT Wright)

A visual summary of Paul and the Faithfulness of God by NT Wright. In this video, Marlin Watling gives an overview of the key insights from one of today’s finest theologians. 90 more words