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June 7, 2013

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May 6, 2013

Deity indwelling human beings!  That, I say, is Christianity, and no one has experienced rightly the power of Christian belief until one has known this for oneself as a living reality.  Everything else is preliminary to this.  Incarnation, atonement, justification, … Continue reading

An endorsement of Leaving Egypt by Justin Holcomb

May 7, 2012

Thanks to my friend Justin Holcomb for this endorsement.  Justin is Executive Director of the Resurgence.  He is coauthor of Rid of My Disgrace and Adjunct Professor of Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary “Leaving Egypt shows how the story of the … Continue reading

Counseling 101

April 10, 2012

This is an email I sent to a friend in the past few months.  Her question was:  “There are so many counseling perspectives and so many Christians trying to integrate them all.  For some, it’s all about symptom management.  For … Continue reading

Finding God | Lent 31

March 23, 2012

“The inner self is as secret as God and, like him, it evades every concept that tries to seize hold of it with full possession. It is a life that cannot be held and studied as object, because it not … Continue reading

A Quote

January 25, 2012

“Only after we genuinely know and accept everything we find within our self can we begin to develop the discernment to know what should be crucified and what should be embraced as an important part of self.” David Benner

The Tebostles Creed

January 9, 2012

I believe in God the Father Almighty Maker of football and beer, And in Tim Tebow, His only Son, Who was conceived by Urban Meyer, Suffered behind Kyle Orton, Was crucified, demoted, and buried as a fourth string QB, He … Continue reading

Graham Tomlin on Jesus, Suffering, and Mission

December 12, 2011

When the world turns away from the God whose Spirit gives life, it chooses the opposite: death. Because God loves the world so much that he is determined not to abandon it to its fate, he chooses to enter that … Continue reading

A List of Favorite Books

September 23, 2010

I spent the other day writing down some of my favorite books.  The list, of course, is not exhaustive, as much of it came off the top of my head.  Let’s just say this:  I love everything by C.S. Lewis, … Continue reading