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An Army of Psalm Chanters

Taken from an old post on Jim Jordan, with some new material. But let us consider what a Christian view of the Church would be. It would be a place of transformation, not merely of information. Marshaling the people into … Continue reading

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Rallying to battle scars

Seven years ago I left the Reformed social networks (if never officially leaving the Reformed world).  I kind of got back into some of these networks four years ago (if only to see what was going on).  When I left … Continue reading

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Embracing our stunted limitations

Plato was right about the cave.  We really don’t want to face the truth.  We don’t want to get out of our comfort zones.  If we need an opponent, we create “The Other.”  The Other exists for our own self-definition. … Continue reading

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