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When I was at the Duke Divinity Center for Reconciliation conference, I picked up a copy of their newest publication, Fred Bahnson and Norman Wirzba’s Making Peace With the Land: God’s Call to Reconcile With Creation. I enjoyed this book … Continue reading
Recently I had the pleasure of participating in a Seton Hall faculty seminar on Cardinal Newman, sponsored by the University’s Center for Catholic Studies and Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership. Newman, a convert to Catholicism from the Anglican … Continue reading
My pastor and friend Curt Leininger offers a very helpful reminder — and a very helpful model — of what it means for a local church community to unite around a basic statement of faith. The things expressed in the … Continue reading
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Hello dear readers! I am travelling and working in Europe and so my posting may be spotty for a while. Follow my trip on my Facebook page!
Here’s a good, brief video from Pete Enns on how modern ideas about “literal” readings of texts can differ from ancient perspectives.
At the tree lighting # Church and then hospital with Garrett # Powered by Twitter Tools.
Splurging weightwatcher points w garrett at bk # Thankful for family, productive work, freedom, and the cross of Christ. # At the train show # Splitting wood # Powered by Twitter Tools.
My second post on “law” is up at the Jesus Creed.