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When God Dies and Where People Live

What does a theologian do when death is in the air? I’m not there yet. But in the midst of death, when it’s fresh on my mind because it’s affected the community around me due to the loss of a

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When We Need Power Less

Never stop learning about Jesus.

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Complimentarianism Vs Egalitarinism and their place in the Bible

The Gospel’s stance on gender is to establish a common sharing of origins and derivative characteristics in relationship to the Father, through the Son, by the Spirit. Christ calls all to be reestablished into the family of God by accepting

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εὐαγγέλιον

The first verse of the gospel of Mark in the Greek looks like this: “Ἀρχὴ τοῦ εὐαγγελίου Ἰησοῦ χριστοῦ.” Notice anything interesting about it structurally? What I notice is that at the center is the word that we translate as

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Elbib’s Story

Elbib’s Story Hi, my name is Elbib. Let me tell you a brief story about the fragility of the universe, any universe, and all of them really. I’m going to assume you know a little history from the last 3,000

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What about the Law? Christians 2,000 years later…

There’s a fun couple of lines that goes, “have you ever read the Bible? Did you understand it?” I think Moltmann made this little two question dialogue famous but don’t quote me on that. Well anyway, tonight I sit here

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Rememeber the stars

   I spend much time learning complex arguments, innovative methods and models, theories galore, but then there’s those simple moments that bring everything back down to size. I heard my daughter talking about Jesus to a friend today and it

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Technology and the Space to Communicate Truth without Fighting

Click here for a great (and quick) video on Technology Today’s post is like I’m speaking in the mirror to myself. Hopefully you can relate and be convicted as much as I am. I am toying with the idea that

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No one is “good” but God? Really Jesus?

So today’s little lesson is brought to you by Jesus himself. Read Mark 10:17-22 and then 2:8. Ask yourself does 2:8 change your mind about 10:18. I once thought that in Mark 10:17-22 Jesus was implying his own assumptions about

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Theologians and Rookie Mistakes

So, I think it’s safe to say that often theology is behind on its philosophical assumptions, historically speaking, or, in other words, behind on intellectual developments. That is, sometimes we humans learn something about the world that makes theological explanations

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