Monthly Archives: October 2016

A Bit More on ‘The Authority of The Bible’ and how it ‘Happens’ to Us

I am reading Tim Costello’s new book ‘Faith’ during morning prayers. It is a great book in the tradition of those collections of ‘readings for each day.’ One story he tells is of a Lebanese Christian man, Milak, who is … Continue reading

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My Go At Thinking About The Same-Sex Marriage Issue, As A Christian.

The debate about same-sex marriage was another topic that came up during my recent conversation with my friend Stephen. Here is something that we agreed on: that many of the opponents of this idea from within the Church, oppose it … Continue reading

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How Christians Speak With Others: What I learned from My Friend.

Now here’s a thing. One of my most significant theology teachers was Bruce B. We would come into class full of questions about the possibility of language about God, and the doubts sewn by the then popular philosophy of logical … Continue reading

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Trinity: A Model For Community That Does Not Destroy Individuality

Here is an interesting thing that I found in an article in a recent ‘Age’ (reprinted from the New York Times)(Newspaper). The author, David Brooks was meditating upon the movement in opposite directions for complete autonomy, while at the same … Continue reading

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