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Rethinking Jesus’ Attitude Toward People

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Aimee and I are currently following the book “The Ignatian Adventure” by Kevin O’Brien.  Well, if I were being honest, Aimee is following the book and I am following Aimee as she follows the book.  It often works that way.  She is the first to see “the way” and I am running to keep up. […]

Rethinking Jesus' Attitude Toward People

Aimee and I are currently following the book “The Ignatian Adventure” by Kevin O’Brien.  Well, if I were being honest, Aimee is following the book and I am following Aimee as she follows the book.  It often works that way.  She is the first to see “the way” and I am running to keep up. […]

New Article Makes Some Daring Claims About the Biblical Gospel

Just published in Christianity Today/Leadership Journal is a new article that explores the “Biblical” gospel-proclaimed. So often, when discussing the message of the gospel, Christians rely upon passages from the letters of the Apostle Paul (or others) and yet these letters are not even examples of Christians talking to non-Christians, they are instead Christians talking […]

Two Christian Responses to God's Justice

I recently wrote an article for Christianity Today/Leadership Journal called, “Why I gave back my assurance of salvation.” One the ideas that I pondered there was placing my hope in the idea that at the end of days, God will be just.  God will do the just thing.  It was a statement of hope, in […]

BONUS thought on New Leadership Journal Article Titled, "Why I Gave Back My Assurance of Salvation"

Just published a new article over on Christianity Today’s Leadership Journal.  It is titled, “Why I Gave Back My Assurance of Salvation.” I have included an excerpt below: Since I was duly convinced that my “assurance” was the most important issue, there was this unexpected, subtle thing that happened inside me in response to heaven […]

Pro-Death: A new article on Parse

In my new article over on Parse (a blog of Christianity Today).  In it, I consider the idea that I (and we as a religious society) respond to the world and to our neighbors as if there are two kinds of sin.   You can read the entire article here: http://www.christianitytoday.com/parse/2014/august/pro-death.html?paging=off One kind of sins are […]