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Review: Traces of the Trinity

Peter J. Leithart, Traces of the Trinity: Signs of God in Creation and Human Experience. Grand Rapids: Brazos Press, 2015. 165 pages.

The doctrine of the Trinity has seen a resurgence of interest in recent years. 578 more words


Mess Fixers - Believing

If you read the last post you might be thinking I am repeating myself.  I did get my first senior drink the other day.  I was at a fast food restaurant and the lady said “if you are 50 and over you get a discount drink.”  Well, I got a discount drink.   1,426 more words


Theology 101: Doctrine of the Trinity, and Dance Lessons in Life

We began on Sunday by watching this video that introduces us a little bit to the doctrine of the Trinity. It helps us to get orientated to what the topic is about, and what it all means. 864 more words


The Opening of the Triune Life

What is it, exactly, that God has done in the cross and resurrection of Christ? One very beautiful way to understand salvation is to see that God has opened his own self to include humanity in his life. 316 more words


The Divine Prom

Last week I wrote that if Lent was about making “room for God” – and that is a good start – then the Easter season and beyond should be about coming to realize that God is the entire room! 484 more words


The Tyranny of Sexual Ethics

Our ethical behavior is very important, but it is not the most important aspect of our being. What is most important is that we trust that we have been embraced into the life of the God who is Father, Son, and Spirit. 414 more words

Christian Living

Perichoretic Dance of the Trinity

So when I think my children can no longer surprise me with the deep spiritual connections they make, they seem to take it to the next level.   400 more words

Lenten Journey