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Limiting Theology

“Each theologian and each student of theology lives at a specific period of time rather than in some timeless vacuum, and theology must be done within that situation.”

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Lessons from Lent: Day 25

An Explanation of Lessons from Lent

In the next 40 days (16 now because you have already accomplished twenty-four), the weeks leading up to Easter, the posts on Glimpsed Glory will be different. 8,306 more words

A Life Of Consumption


I am not Carlos
nor am I the person
who pretends to be
Carlos. She is not
me, I tell myself
I’m not like her, 17 more words



I love being reminded that we’re all in this together. It’s too easy to shut our doors tightly at night, to not look up while we grocery shop, to put in ear buds and tune everyone out at work, to never get past “Hello” in our conversations. 385 more words


Running to the Finish Line

Over the weekend, I went downtown to a local farmers market on main street. Certain roads were blocked off due to a marathon in the city. 301 more words

Sunday School Notes 3-15-2015

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 12:12-20 (HCSB)

For as the body is one and has many parts, and all the parts of that body, though many, are one body — so also is Christ.

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Gorman Baptist Church

Missional Ecumenism and the First-Century Church

Missional Ecumenism has been a big discussion over the last century of church life. If this phrase is new to you, in it’s simplest form, it means unity of the body of Christ around the mission of God. 995 more words

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