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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.

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I grew up with a distant, unapproachable, unknowable, unreachable, watching-from-the-distance-of-a- disapproving-heart, God.

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Karl Barth says, if you are not in Christ, you will lapse into non-being, because anything that is, is in him.

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Last Sunday I attempted to preach on Jeremiah 18:11. I remain unsettled and unsatisfied with the result.

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All reading is interpretation.

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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.

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The conflict between Wheaton College administration and Professor Larycia Hawkins has revealed an immense fissure in the evangelical world.

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Larycia Hawkins has undoubtedly put Wheaton College in a politically delicate position.

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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.

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Historian, independent scholar, writer, and church researcher Diana Butler-Bass is in town. She spoke last night at St. John the Divine Anglican Church.

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