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Sunday’s Sermon Today: You Want Me To What???

I’d recommend you read Genesis 6-9 before you read this. Or you could just keep it handy. Or read this and wonder what I’m talking about. Anyway… Noah seemed like a good idea… and then Friday it rained and rained … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Tragedy & The Presence Of God

Disclaimer: If you’re a member of my congregation coming to church this Sunday, don’t read this. Or do, if you need to hear it again! There’s nothing that makes me angrier than bad theology. Than seeing something that the Church … Continue reading

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The Custom Mary: Faith Or Fanaticism?

There have been several fictional attempts to explain, understand, and consider the way that Jesus may appear, interpreting the understanding of the ways that he will “come back” at his “second coming.” Contemporary Christian Music delivered the Hero rock opera; Colin … Continue reading

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Rob Bell, God, and What He’s Talking About

I’m aware that Rob Bell means a lot of things to a lot of Christians. Some Christians see him as a breath of fresh air; some think he’s the sign of the times, that he’s watering down Christianity until religion … Continue reading

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The Bible Episode 2- From HollywoodJesus.com

I was one of the 27 million who tuned into the first episode of The Bible TV series last week, a somewhat skeptical participant but quickly intrigued by the visualization of my frequently read stories from Genesis and Exodus of the Old … Continue reading

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Modern Day Parables (2/17/13)

The word for parable, mashal, translates to be “side by side” (parallel explanations), but sometimes it has been used to define the “hidden things” that Jesus taught his disciples and crowds who followed him. Either way, it’s clear that Jesus … Continue reading

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