“In questions of this sort there are two things to be observed. First, that the truth of the Scriptures be inviolably maintained. Secondly, since Scripture doth admit of diverse interpretations, that no one cling to any particular exposition with such pertinacity that, if what he supposed to be the teaching of Scripture should afterward turn Read more about Aquinas on Scripture… and a generous orthodoxy[…]
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Link: Cultural, Religious Discord Shades European Need for Immigrants – Los Angeles Times. Europe is buying more coffins than cribs.The continent faces a shrinking population and other harsh demographic changes that threaten the welfare state unless it finds more foreign workers in coming decades. But its economic need for newcomers is at odds with its Read more about Europe is buying more coffins than cribs…[…]
(my best Mark Driscoll impression…) Luke 24:44-48 Then he said, “When I was with you before, I told you that everything written about me by Moses and the prophets and in the Psalms must all come true.” Then he opened their minds to understand these many Scriptures. And he said, “Yes, it was written long Read more about Sermon excerpt Friday…[…]
Seventy-six percent of Christian clergy are overweight versus 61 percent of the public, according to a national survey of more than 2,500 religious leaders conducted in 2004 by Pulpit and Pew, a research project on pastoral leadership based at Duke Divinity School.
I’ve been listening to the debate from last January between Doug Pagitt, pastor of Solomon’s Porch and Bob DeWaay, pastor of Twin Cities Fellowship. One word: painful. Another word: Infuriating. Imagine for a minute watching a match-up of a race car vs a dump truck. Each is good in its proper context. Each has weaknesses Read more about Pagitt vs DeWaay…[…]
When I saw this on King of The Hill, I knew… I had to have it. And more, I had to show it. I think we’ll use it this Sunday 🙂 Enjoy!
Good days, bad days… what makes the difference? I’ve had a couple of really good days recently- Sunday was fantastic, Tuesday was really good. Sunday I’ve already mentioned, so Tuesday… In the evening I went for a pastoral house call to the Sumner House, one of the community houses in NE Portland where the residents Read more about Good and Bad…[…]
that’s one cute kid, eh?