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Most Naturally an Atheist

I don’t believe in God and

I don’t know anything about God.

But I keep having this experience –

in liturgy, in family, in bread, and wine, and life – 99 more words

Christian Living

Trinity: The God of relationship

In the current issue of Conversation, Dr Gary Cymbaluk describes one of the ways that the doctrine of the Trinity is so important:

The world was created by the tripersonal God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

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Features

No Triangulation in the Trinity

Romans 5:1-5

For preachers, Trinity Sunday is perhaps the most feared Sunday of the year.  It exposes us.  It shows our deepest, most hidden (and maybe even treasured) heresies.  1,989 more words

Homilies

The Knowable and the Unknowable

A sermon from May 22, 2016

Eastminster Presbyterian Church

Grand Rapids MI

Psalm 8

Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31

Romans 5:1-5

John 16:12-15
Today is Trinity Sunday. It comes after Good Friday, Easter, Ascension Day and Pentecost. 3,258 more words

God

Perichoresis

I wrote this poem why housesitting for a friend who had a koi pond. The title Perichorisis refers to the divine dance that sustains all creation.   37 more words

Creative Arts

The Perichoresis of the Trinity, The Holy Trinity May 22nd 2016

Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31 (RSV) The Gifts of Wisdom

Does not wisdom call,

Does not understanding raise her voice? 

On the heights beside the way,

in the paths she takes her stand; 2,085 more words

Selected Sermons

Dancing with Delight!

Trinity Sunday, 2016

Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31

On the night before I preached this sermon, I saw on Facebook this post from Episcopal Memes:

Thank you Lady Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham.   1,810 more words

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