Archive for the ‘Weekly Thoughts’ Category

Why God Created the World: A Q&A with Ben Stevens

July 23rd, 2014  No Comments »

Here is a little secret that until now I have only told close friends. It is the kind of information that could damage your ministry, or at least alienate you from certain quarters of the church. Here it is: I really don’t enjoy reading Jonathon

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Friendship in the Gospel

July 21st, 2014  No Comments »

According to the flesh you have lost the man who espoused you, but you have been married to Christ by godliness and sincere religion.

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Let us Avoid Bibliolatry

July 18th, 2014  No Comments »

The gospel is inescapably verbal; it is the word of God

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Tweety Bird and the Cause of Justification

July 16th, 2014  No Comments »

To what extent Tweetie read Newman we can’t say, but we can be thankful for her thought-provoking statement…

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Justification’s Formal Cause

July 14th, 2014  3 Comments »

Okay theologian friends, why is this a fascinating statement by Tweety Bird?

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Telling the World

July 11th, 2014  No Comments »

Man cannot live alone—he must live his life in society if he is to be truly man…

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The Dance of Life

July 9th, 2014  No Comments »

When Christians try to be all things to all people they sometimes act like they are perfect. We are not.

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Divine Promise

July 7th, 2014  1 Comment »

The promises of God are the ground of faith

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Courageous Faith

July 2nd, 2014  No Comments »

Courage is a strange virtue that has often been misunderstood

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Francis and Calvin

June 25th, 2014  1 Comment »

In examining the history of the Jesuits, Bergoglio gives special attention to their interactions with the Reformation…

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