Another hummingbird from this evening.
Monthly Archives: October 2009
Sitting outside while reading the Trial of Anne Hutchinson gave me a nice perspective on the always busy hummingbird feeder this morning.
One of the biggest questions in any discussion on the church has to do with authority. In fact, I would say that this is the biggest question of all. Maybe this isn’t the biggest question about what we know about … Continue reading
Those of you who are following my PhD escapades probably already know I’m not doing a regular seminar this quarter. Rather, I’m doing a directed reading, which basically means instead of reading books and going to class and doing a … Continue reading
Went to Santa Barbara Island the last three days. Got back last night around 9. Santa Barbara was the first Channel Island I went to in 1999. It was time to say hello to the island again. I took some … Continue reading
Abstract: The emerging church has recently gained attention in regards to its liturgical innovation and postmodern methodology. Viewed through the lens of Jürgen Moltmann’s theology, however, the emerging church is not merely another church growth movement but is in fact … Continue reading
I came back to Southern California with an odd combination of being really high and really low at the same time. My plan to attend law school didn’t work out right away, and so I decided to move on back … Continue reading
Holiness is life with God, for God, lived in fullness and wholeness. We can live with God, because God has called us, he has reached out to us to live in freedom from sins, in freedom from trying to assert … Continue reading
Our holiness that is from the Spirit of life is about becoming who we truly are, finding our real identity, identifying with Christ, becoming trustworthy in his work, and so finding our own outward focused identity in fullness with God … Continue reading
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