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When Jesus cries my cry on the cross, it is the most precious cry he ever makes. And he’s not playing.
I grew up with a distant, unapproachable, unknowable, unreachable, watching-from-the-distance-of-a- disapproving-heart, God.
Karl Barth says, if you are not in Christ, you will lapse into non-being, because anything that is, is in him.
Last Sunday I attempted to preach on Jeremiah 18:11. I remain unsettled and unsatisfied with the result.
All reading is interpretation.
As the controversy over, perhaps soon-to-be ex-tenured associate professor of political science at Wheaton College Larycia Hawkins continues to boil, it is worth thinking about the statement that got her into trouble.
The conflict between Wheaton College administration and Professor Larycia Hawkins has revealed an immense fissure in the evangelical world.
Larycia Hawkins has undoubtedly put Wheaton College in a politically delicate position.
Notes from Diana Butler-Bass’ Saturday morning session at St. John the Divine Anglican Church, Victoria and a troubling question from IASP at the end.
Historian, independent scholar, writer, and church researcher Diana Butler-Bass is in town. She spoke last night at St. John the Divine Anglican Church.