Year: 2016

No Context – No Communication, Know Context – Know Communication

Knowing what someone says does not always equal knowing what someone means. It may be as silly as whether to use soda or coke. Much of your decision is learned from your context. Do you invite someone for a soda? If so, it may mean you will offer a … Continue reading

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Unsettled and The Sinned Against

Have you ever stared into a small grave disturbed by the mini-casket laying in the dirt, know nothing about the young, very young, parents, seeing no family or friends . . . … Continue reading

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Why/What Patheological? Or, What Is With the Reboot?

A post about Gun Control would garner more interest than one explaining the reboot of a podcast. But, I will take that risk using a gun analogy. … Continue reading

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Theology After God – Enfolding Theology Conference

Scot McKnight suggests a New Year’s Resolution: Let’s have better conversations. He abridged a series of posts he put together a few years ago, before he moved to Patheos for his blog.… Continue reading

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