Every now and then I like posting something incisive that was written in the past because it speaks so well into the present. The sweet thing about this is that these guys, who are often waved away today, have dealt … Continue reading →
Right up front, some of these guys are making a good point. To read the text through the lens of later theological developments winds up ignoring what the text is actually saying. So in some sense, they are (at least … Continue reading →
The idea reads something like this: obviously, the Church at Nicaea believed Jesus was the Son of God in terms of deity, but the authors of the Bible didn’t think in that category. They believed Jesus to be Son of … Continue reading →
Modern readers may imagine that until recently pastors never dared to provide sex and marriage counseling. Not so. These selections from the earliest period of the Christian pastoral tradition (pre-Nicene, before 325 a.d.), will provide glimpses of the sort of … Continue reading →
Just because our eyes have acclimated to the night doesn’t mean that we should defend the dimness of this present darkness.
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I’ve always held to the belief that the practice of creating compelling graphic design occurs not by employing the principals of a democracy, but rather, that of a monarchy.
At least two things are a waste of time, indeed three are completely wasteful: watching water boil, mobile games, and trying to inform the convinced Misinformed.
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The satisfying crash of falsehood dashed against reality is lost on those stubbornly clinging to falsehood.
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