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Monthly Archives: September 2010
This from Kenneth Bailey’s “Jesus Through Middle Eastern Eyes”. Bailey sees the union of the story of Jesus healing the blind man with the story of Jesus inviting himself to Zacchaeus’ house. He sees the crowd’s initial irritation at the … Continue reading
I’ve written about this before but I want something that I can repeatedly post to Twitter as a kind of disclaimer to my tweets. My primary use for me posting on twitter is that of an archivist. Twitter is a … Continue reading
Got a question on Voices about Colossians 1:24 and decided to write a treatment of it through my text for this week’s sermon, Luke 18:31-34. Luke 18:31-34 (NRSV) Then he took the twelve aside and said to them, “See, we … Continue reading
This from Richard Mouw’s lecture given at the celebration of the 150th anniversary of the founding of the CRC. He found this comment from a Mormon scholar who was complaining that recently some Mormon scholars were beginning to sound a … Continue reading
I’ve written about this before, but once just isn’t enough. This is from the book Almost Christian by Kenda Creasy Dean following Christian Smith’s fine work. 1. A god exists who created and orders the world and watches over life … Continue reading