In this series, Kurt will explore Paul’s worldview concerning God and creation. What did Paul have in the background? How did this affect how he would think about Adam and Eve? Then, we will end our series looking at Romans 5 and its compatibility with evolution (or lack there of).
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Two weeks ago I published Healthy Ministry and the Pastor with Mental Illness, which included an excerpt from Delight in Disorder and an interview with author Tony Roberts on his experience as a pastor living with bipolar disorder. In the next few weeks, I plan to share two more interviews on mental health in the workplace, and today…
I am a follower of Jesus of Nazareth, which naturally means I am a Christian Pacifist. I refuse to use violence against my enemies or intentionally harm them in any way, even if they harm me. I will love my enemies, I will die for my enemies, ...
Bruxy Cavey joins Paul on the podcast to talk about his newest book, Reunion: The Good News of Jesus for Seekers, Saints, and Sinners. Reunion is described (via Amazon): Join Bruxy Cavey, bestselling author and teaching pastor at The Meeting House, in the pages of...
In a previous post, I wrote about the Christocentric interpretation of the Scriptures espoused by the magisterial Reformers, specifically Luther and Calvin. Their hermeneutic was focused on the work and the offices of Christ, but in my opinion the Anabaptists surpasses their approach because it focused on the person of ...
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Recently, I finally got around to watching Lion, the Oscar-nominated film based on
the true story of Saroo Brierley who, as a five-year-old boy, is accidentally
separated from his older brother while scavenging in trains in India.
After falling asleep on a bench at one of the stations,
Saroo (played by Sunny Pawar) boards another train hoping to find his brother
but ends up 1600 kilometers
Originally published at christiancommunity.org.uk. Coming to the UK was a sacrifice. I had to leave friends and family behind in Sweden, including my girlfriend – now fiancée – Sarah. I had to say no to speaking requests and opportunities to do the things I love the most. I had to prepare and plan the community … Continue reading →
The older generation always thinks the younger generation is going to pot. I hear this statement regularly in the church, repeated by the older generation who dedicated their lives to the church. I also hear it from the teenagers I work with, weighing whether or not to stay in the church. [… ]Continue reading There’s Always Something Wrong with Your Generation
I know that I am not alone in believing Donald Trump as president is a disaster. He’s a disaster beyond what anyone I know could have imagined as a realistic possibility up until about a year ago. I also know that I am not alone in deriving quite a bit of pleasure from seeing Trump go from one self-imposed crisis to another. It makes perfect sense that a growing number of people would be talking about impeachment. […] Continue reading →
I am no musician, but I thoroughly enjoy listening to music. It pumps me up, helps me feel, connects me to the world, and expands my perception. I hold a special inclination toward heavy music – especially heavy music that protests injustices. It is, in my opinion, prophetic. […] Continue reading "Prophet’s Playlist: May 2017"