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I Must See Jesus

You search the scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is they that testify on my behalf. ~ John 5:39… 266 more words

Christian Living

God on the Dance Floor

Ballroom dancing must be the western culture’s last bastion of patriarchy. A few months ago Nikki (my wife) and I ticked off our to-do-list by taking up dancing.  837 more words


Christ in you: God’s hospitality

“One thing we should have learned from his first coming,” Pastor Tim reminded us, “is that Jesus never comes in the way we expect.” 755 more words

God's Love

Poor Wayfaring Strangers

From the Hebrew text for Thanksgiving Day: “A wandering Aramean was my ancestor; he went down into Egypt and lived there as an alien.” ~ Deuteronomy 26:5… 236 more words

Christian Living

Preferring a math equation

The famous atheist and philosopher, , suggested that if we could penetrate to the centre of the universe we would find a mathematical equation.

Not exactly a heart-warming proposition. 74 more words


John Starke, Augustine, and Eternal Functional Subordination

So I just started working on the issue of Eternal Functional Subordination (EFS). I’m pretty convinced that it is an unorthodox position and I haven’t found too many compelling arguments in favor of it. 236 more words


Learning the Perichoresis

Sounds like a dance, doesn’t it? Well, it is the dance. Suddenly the second commandment – love your neighbor as yourself- takes on another layer of meaning. 417 more words