“These things—the beauty, the memory of our own past—are good images of what we really desire…” CS Lewis
Liberation is found not in fleeing something (or someone) but in…
I’m achy, stinky, and ready for a shower and bed, so I head upstairs. I’m brushing my teeth and getting my things prepared when I realize a bit of horror.
…we don’t have moral superiority on idolatry and gods compared to the Ancients. Here’s why:
The next time you think about “praying for your enemies” remember: You are praying for you.
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“Judas may never appreciate this, but my Father does.”
“On Not Knowing where your dad is buried”
“Once you reject the blob-god, relationship with the real Trinity becomes accessible.” -Nic
I wanted to feature this fine Sermoneutics article because I’ll be bringing the concept of Trinity to my class this Sunday. Sermoneutics is a weekly column authored by Doug Jackson. Before coming to South Texas School of Christian Studies, Dr. Jackson pastored churches for nearly twenty-five years. For more from Doug Jackson, check out […]
Today, I’m tossing a lateral pass on writing. My friend, Doug has recreated the Last Supper in a short story form that is both potent, amusing, and contemporary, and thereby worth your read. I think you’ll like his take here: Excerpt: Jesus bolted from the dinner table – didn’t even say “May I be excused?” […]
How the Apostles Creed can help you Avoid the Top 5 mistakes people make with church.
Sunday Meditation – Thanksgiving Prayer
Debunking depictions of Father God and the Trinity.
Responding to a reader regarding if it’s possible to “know God”.