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We aren’t meant to fret and be anxious about our work.
In our modern McDonalds fast-food culture, we can get confused with scriptures that tell us to simply ‘ask’ and we will receive. Attempts at making this easier to understand by including the idea that we must ask what God wants can sometimes just aggravate us. Here’s what I think.
I think theology is a highly important topic. That’s why I write about it so much. Our theology (or lack of one) is important because it influences the way we live, and therefore it influences the way we see justice and how we take action.
(Picture sourced from here Because the Church and State are two separate entities and serve two different functions — the State serving to keep justice
(Image sourced from here.) This is the third part of many in which I will share some of my thoughts as I plan for a
These are thoughts with regards to a sermon I’m doing next Sunday, entitled “In the World But Not of the World.” This is the second
The diagram above is not what Christianity is actually about, yet so many treat it that way. I’ve spent years trying to unlearn much of
I’ve been doing some research lately on Christian Anarchy, a way of looking at Christianity and politics that I’m finding quite interesting. This study was
Picture from here Peter Eleazar has been publishing a great series around writing, called the 7 Habits of Great Writers. I’ve been enjoying it and
A recent blog post at the UK Guardian site talks about Thom Yorke, the lead singer for the popular UK band Radiohead, and his statements