Category Archives: contemplation

Online Addiction and Being Missional

I was poking around at the new Missional Tribe website this evening and ran across an interesting post, in which Raffi Shahinian responds to Dan Kimball about whether online social activities can be addictive and distracting from our primary purposes … Continue reading

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The Loss and Recovery of Beauty in the Modern Period

Here’s the text of my presentation on the loss and recovery of beauty in the modern period for my Theology of Beauty Class: The loss and recovery of beauty in the modern period is fundamentally about identity. Who are we? … Continue reading

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Shall we Dance?

The Trinity is hard to understand. It’s far too complex to have been made up, and no where do we have it explained to us with any kind of absolute understanding. We’re faced with the fact there’s one God, and … Continue reading

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