One More Rumbling On

The whole post, articulate to the core, by Darren Sumner is well worth your attention, exposing as it does Bruce Ware’s faulty method and faulty theology. (6) A methodological critique:  Where does this idea of an “authority-submission structure” within the Trinity come from?  Ware, for one, is clear about the path of his logic: As [Read More…]

How I’m Learning to Love God with my Mind

How I’m Learning To Love God With My Mind, By Michelle Van Loon patheos.com/blogs/pilgrimsroadtrip michellevanloon.com My Jewish parents used to tell me that the one thing “they” couldn’t take from me was an education. As I grew older, I learned that the “they” to whom my mom and dad referred were the various Gentile groups who’d persecuted the Jewish [Read More…]

The New Testament and Sex Change

My colleague and friend Claude Mariottini is a fan of comparing translations and thus also of the textual tradition. Just in case you wonder what I’m going on about with that for the title of the post here it is: Two women in the NT were given “sex changes” by the translation tradition. The story [Read More…]

Another Prayer for Orlando

Prayed today by Graham Cole at Church of the Redeemer: Loving God, whose Son was both victim and victor, we cry to you for the victims of violence. Be with them in confusion and pain. Heal the wounds of body and mind; break open the prisons of fear, self-doubt and despair; strengthen them to face [Read More…]

Prayers for Orlando Massacre

BCP with Fr Kevin Maney: O God, the Father of all, whose Son commanded us to love our enemies: Lead them and us from prejudice to truth: deliver them and us from hatred, cruelty, and revenge; and in your good time enable us all to stand reconciled before you, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.  Hear our prayer. Father, you know [Read More…]

Jesus Creed for Your Sunday

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Prayer for the Week

Keep, O Lord, your household the Church in your steadfast faith and love, that through your grace we may proclaim your truth with boldness, and minister your justice with compassion; for the sake of our Savior Jesus Christ, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen. [Read More…]

Rumbling On

The debate between the eternal subordinationists and eternal generationists (the orthodox position of the Niceno-Constantinopolitan Creed) rumbles on. Mark Jones, at Mortification of Spin, tosses in a rather piercing warning — this view of Ware and Grudem and Burk sounds a bit too much like Arminian Simon Episcopius: Most debates I read of today have [Read More…]

Weekly Meanderings, 11 June 2016

Today is Graduation Day at Northern Seminary, and without Kris’s link-finder on high detection radar this week this post would be empty. Thank you Kris! Trudy Smith, her journey out of church and then… I continued to journey alongside other Christians, but I no longer understood the importance of attending church. It occurred to me [Read More…]

De-branding as the New Brand

Source: As digital media blunts the impact of advertising, brands are looking for new ways to lure consumers. The latest, buzziest effort has been to publish stories that look and feel journalistic. The key strategy of branded content or “native advertising” is to hide the commercial imperative, and even the brand altogether, so that readers [Read More…]


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