Category Archives: Faith and Doubt

Creating a Pliable God

Do we really want to boil God’s power down to a weather report? Continue reading

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Pokémon Go and How We Engage with the Culture

Some thoughts on how we engage with the culture. Continue reading

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Letting The Bible Tell Me So

Why I’m supposed to read the Bible is exactly why I don’t want to read the Bible. Continue reading

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The Dark and Beautiful Cross: Christus Victor

The cross could be seen as a relief from God’s wrath, but I choose to see it as a reflection of God’s love. Continue reading

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When Jesus Was Dead

We like to remember the resurrection. But are we forgetting that there was a time when Jesus was dead? Continue reading

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A Strong Faith

We’re often told that trails can make our faith stronger, but what does that strong faith look like? Continue reading

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Clean

It was the evening meal. Often a raucous event, tonight it was uncharacteristically  quiet. The events of the past week were being replayed in the minds of each of the men at the table, especially in that of Simon Peter. The mood … Continue reading

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