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In the interests of full disclosure, it would be less than honest not to begin this post with a small disclaimer.

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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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We turned our face. We despised him. We esteemed him stricken by God and afflicted. And it wasn’t the truth.

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So God is going to climb inside Abraham’s world and speak sacrifice, appeasement, and magic. Because that’s the language Abraham knows.

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When I was a missionary kid, we had this great story line about Abraham and Isaac.

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The Trinity has no separation.

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In his novel The Shack William Paul Young struggles with the human experience of tragedy.

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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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William Paul Young Session 3 – Friday 7 April 2017 – 9:15-10:15 a.m.

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