Monthly Archives: July 2011

What seed are you putting out there?

In many areas of life, if you are to retain a skill, it is generally a good idea to return to that which is foundational. We usually call it getting back to basics. Such is the case in the Gospel … Continue reading

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Whence freedom without responsibility?

On this, the two hundred thirty-fifth anniversary of the founding of our country, these United States, as we gather in celebration, would that we think of the ways in which there two categories are always intertwined. For while there may … Continue reading

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Athanasius and his Creed?

Recently I was asked a really good question. What do we know about the creed of Saint Athanasius? Where is it to be found? What’s its origin? Like most things in life, what seems like a fairly straightforward question actually … Continue reading

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Trinity is confusing, ’cause God is a mystery, duh!

Yes, the God whom we worship, we worship as a Trinity. We worship the one God as the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, because that is how God has chosen to reveal himself to us. For those of us who … Continue reading

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Pentecost overcomes divisions

The sound of a mighty rushing wind that filled the house, the descent of the tongues as it were of flame, as yet unextinguished by the wind, the message of Pentecost is the message of power falling upon the disciples. … Continue reading

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He Is Real

To the two men walking along the road on the way to Emmaus, to the eleven in an upper room, to the disciples on the sea shore, the early Christians had the experience of the resurrected Lord Jesus Christ. To … Continue reading

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