The First Thin Place

Today, I want to begin some theological reflection on the idea of thin places. As usual, I will get into the theological issues by examining relevant biblical passages. My question, at this point, is “How does Scripture lead us to think about the idea of thin places?” In case you missed my first post in [Read More...]

Plug Into Silence – New Video from The High Calling

My colleagues at TheHighCalling.org have produced a striking new video. I need to hear this message. What about you? [Read more...]

Creation, Contentment, and Work: Chapter 2

My son, when he was young, doing his "work" in the garden (literally, gleaning beans from a field).

In yesterday’s post, I began thinking about contentment in light of the creation narratives in the Bible. Genesis 1 reveals that human beings were created by God in God’s own image. Thus, we are intrinsically to be involved in the creation, exercising the abilities God has given us in his world. This is made explicit [Read More...]

Creation, Contentment, and Work

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In yesterday’s post, I suggested that, for many of us, the paradigm of contentment would be the archetypal person-sitting-on-a-beach-drink-in-hand, someone with nothing to do but enjoy the pleasures of the moment. No worries. No responsibilities. No deadlines. I’ve sometimes heard a Christian version of this paradigm, one in which we find real contentment in life [Read More...]


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