Month: May 2010

Friday Photo (On Thursday) – Noble

Still playing around the with the new Lensbaby Composer. One evening earlier this week. I took some photos around the yard. Spurgeon was enjoying the cool grass in the shade as he watched intently for a squirrel – his yard buddies. He never catches them, but he sure gets … Continue reading

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Jon Zens – What’s With Paul and Women?

Provisional or permanent? Contingent or comprehensive? When it comes to interpreting Scriptures your answer will likely forever pigeon-hole you pitching you into one camp or another. Increasingly the matter comes to the fore as the Scriptures become the sacred text upon which a person’s position may be used to … Continue reading

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Friday Photo – Popping the Lensbaby

Patty bought me the new Lensbaby Composer for my birthday a couple of weeks ago. I have been too busy to get it out and take some shots with it. But, the other day I did snap a photo of her very red Poppies blooming in one of her … Continue reading

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Constitutive Community – Thoughts from the Edge

The story constitutes the community. It is not that it is only story. It is just that it is not less than story. When we talk about what constitutes a local Christian community of faith we cannot help but recall the story of Pentecost. Out of the giving of … Continue reading

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Wright Redeems Talk of Virtue in After You Believe

I recently noted an interview with N.T. Wright by my friend Tripp Fuller. One of the subjects covered in the interview was Wright’s new book After You Believe: Why Christian Character Matters. Explaining the hope he had in writing the book, Wright mentioned a possible titled included “Virtue.” … Continue reading

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