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I wonder how many preachers will elect on Pentecost this Sunday to preach on John 7:37-39.

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One of the reasons I became interested in the Trinity is because I’m a failed feminist.

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21 Now when all the people were baptized, and when Jesus also had been baptized and was praying, the heaven was opened, 22and the Holy Spirit descended upon him in bodily form like a dove.

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15 As the people were filled with expectation, and all were questioning in their hearts concerning John, whether he might be the Messiah, 16John answered all of them by saying,

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Christiana Rice’s fourth leadership “posture” for midwifing the church today, lies at the heart of any truly Christian ministry.

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It is interesting to come across an old sermon and see if the words and ideas some years later are perhaps not totally embarrassing.

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Sprinkled throughout his critique of the Canadian Protestant church of the ’60’s, Pierre Berton implies possible solutions to what he sees as the sorry state of affairs in the Christian institutional life of his day.

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Daniel Boyarin’s address last week ended with an opportunity for questions from the audience.

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Today will not be a notable celebration in most North American homes. It is not part of a holiday weekend. You would probably search in vain for a single greeting card in honour of this day. Families will not hold … Continue reading →

Cameron’s fifth quality that has the capacity to help an organization thrive is the willingness to take risks.

a business that does not risk does not grow, a relationship with husband wife or partner that does not risk does not grow, the artist who does not risk–however capable–is doomed merely to technical excellence but never achieves the true artistic moment for which we all live and work.
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