Leaving tomorrow for a week away in the Chicago area. It’s my ten year Wheaton College reunion this weekend, and I decided to make a week of it. I haven’t been back to that neck of the woods since my … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2007
Seagulls love Doritos.
Congratulations: your paper “An Emerging Pneumatology: Jurgen Moltmann and the Emerging Church in Conversation” proposed to the theology group of the SPS has been accepted; please make plans on attending the meeting… I’m giving a presentation at the Society of … Continue reading
Regularly retiring to the dark cave, to the fearful quiet of silent prayer and mediation, to listen to the whisper is the first step in breaking free from addiction to religious spectacle. It is the first step on the path … Continue reading
Friday Slight chance of showers in the morning…then showers likely and slight chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. Snow level 6500 feet. Highs 48 to 58. Winds west 15 to 25 mph. Gusts to 40 mph in the morning. Chance … Continue reading
For a long while I’ve really liked the story of Joseph in Genesis. I think it might even be among my favorite stories in the Bible for it is such a model of God’s work in the lives of those … Continue reading
Echoes from a past life? Visitors from an unknown beyond. It is hard to say. But it does seem now there is definitive proof they exist.
The art of loving has to be learnt. We learn it through joy in each other, through the forgiveness of guilt we experience, and through the continually astonishing miracle of the new beginning. In that ‘wide space where there is … Continue reading