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Mark 8:1-10 In those days, when again a great crowd had gathered, and they had nothing to eat, he called his disciples to him and said to them, “I have compassion on the crowd, because they have been with me now three days and have nothing to eat. And if I send them...read more
Mark 7:31-37 Jesus heals a deaf man with a speech impediment Jesus returns from His trip up north back to the shores of the sea of Galilee. They have not forgotten about Him (thanks likely to the proclamation of the Garasene demonaic, 5:19-20). The people there bring...read more
It's a popular notion to insist that a Scripture can only have one meaning or primary theological idea. When I studied the book of Revelation in seminary, one of the means by which we worked through the text was to consult dozens of commentaries to see how...read more
Our congregation celebrates an ancient Christian practice called paedobaptism or in non-technical terms infant baptism. A majority of Christians around the world practice infant baptism. Some churches teach that this practice of infant baptism saves a child by...read more
One of my favorite things by Karl Barth was his lecture that he gave in Tambach. It's called "The Christian in Society," but it is also known simply as the Tambach lecture. This was one of Barth's most well-known lectures that he gave, and it shows his transition to a...read more
Imagine, if you can, an ancient walled city. It is beautiful and expansive, surrounded on every side by lofty walls with gates to the north, south, east, and west. Imagine watchmen atop the walls, and sentries at the main gates with their entourage of guards to let...read more
Once a month or every two months I try to field a good question or comment given to me from the congregation I serve. Folks in our congregation place their questions or comments in the offering plate, give me a text or give me an email. After some consideration I...read more
perchance, you have a desire to become better skilled in the art of manipulating people into accepting your own personal heresies, here's a few insider tips: Ahem… *cough*cough* First and foremost, it's vitally important to begin well; this is best achieved by...read more
Psalm 133 opens by saying, "How very good and pleasant it is when kindred live together in unity!" Yes, how good it is when people gather together. This is one of my favorite aspects of the church in that we can all come from wherever we are (physically and...read more
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