Monthly Archives: November 2012

Vain Repetition in Prayer

Probably one of the more obvious differences between Protestants and Orthodox (and Catholics on this issue) would be the different forms of prayer.  The ancient traditions (Orthodox, Catholics, and I would also include Anglicans), tend to use formal or common … Continue reading

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A Theology of Expansion: A Critique of Christian Zionist Interpretations of Scripture

Note: In light of the recent violence in Palestine, I’ve decided to upload my master’s thesis from Perkins School of Theology.  It’s a bit lengthy for a blog post, but I think it’s vital that all Christians understand why Christian … Continue reading

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Amazing Grace

“Amazing Grace” is by far one of my favorite hymns.  It always has been.  I imagine it’s pretty high up on the list for many other Christians, too.  It’s a beautiful, powerful hymn and I’m sure it will remain one … Continue reading

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About Last Night…

I have some confessions to make.  Yes, I stole this title from an episode of South Park.  Yes, I was more than a little giddy when Colorado became the first state to legalize marijuana.  Yes, I couldn’t resist the urge … Continue reading

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Out Shopping… For a Church

Ah, capitalism.  It’s the system that’s given us more wealth and choices and spare time than we know what to do with, yet it’s also the subject of some controversy.  According to the political Left, capitalism got us into this … Continue reading

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“Myself, Myself, Myself”: A Robust Doctrine of the Trinity

“‘Who are you?’ asked Shasta. ‘Myself,’ said the Voice, very deep and low so that the earth shook: and again ‘Myself,’ loud and clear and gay: and then the third time ‘Myself,’ whispered so softly you could hardly hear it, … Continue reading

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