Blog Highlights

I've written quite a bit on here over the past few years and it's easy for individual posts to get lost in the forest of posts I've produced.  Here are a few highlights from the blog, some of the most-read blog posts as well as a few of my own favourites. On the Bible, general …

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Preserving Faith for Future Generations

From December 2017 through February 2018, I wrote a series of short articles for MennoMedia's Adult Bible Study Online. Over the past three weeks I have reproduced those here in my blog. Here is the article for February 25, 2018, based on 1 Timothy 6:11-21. First Timothy concludes with this exhortation: “Guard what has been …

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The Difference between Gods and God

From December 2017 through February 2018, I wrote a series of short articles for MennoMedia's Adult Bible Study Online. Over the next three weeks I will reproduce those here in my blog. Here is the article for December 17, 2017, based on Acts 14. The Bible has a complicated relationship with the “gods” of this …

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Healing, Proclamation, and Repentance

From December 2017 through February 2018, I wrote a series of short articles for MennoMedia's Adult Bible Study Online. Over the next three weeks I will reproduce those here in my blog. Here is the article for December 3, 2017, based on Acts 3. Healing, proclamation, and repentance. These three words are an apt summary …

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Bishop Curry, Luke and Acts, and “Christianity Lite”

There was a lot of buzz this past weekend about the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, now the Duchess and Duke of Sussex. And a good bit of that buzz was about the sermon by Bishop Michael Curry, presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gonlKodrmk Responses to Bishop Curry’s sermon have ranged from …

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