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September 7, 2017

Ethicists for Peace Speak Out – So Should We

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The “Statement from Christian Ethicists on Preventive War and the North Korea Crisis” targets in particular the recent exchanges between the United States and North Korea, and urges clergy and leaders of every Christian denomination to speak out...

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September 4, 2017

Divine Interrogations Part 4: Where Are You?

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“Where are you?” This is God’s first question to us, his image bearers, and is perhaps the most important question in the Bible. In their rebellion, Adam and Eve’s eyes are opened. They “see.” But their vision is inverted; they are closed in on...

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August 16, 2017

Divine Interrogations, Part 3: The Veil Within

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When God speaks he does so in a way that evokes – no, demands – a response. He wants not only to get our attention, but also to conquer what is not yet his. Everything changes, as when Mary, despondent in grief, heard Jesus’ gentle call, “Mary”...

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July 26, 2017

Divine Interrogations, Part 2: Brace Yourself

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Søren Kierkegaard observed that when we ask questions of the Bible, sincere as they may be, we are in danger of adhering to a teaching rather than to the Teacher; of always striving after this or that truth and never following the one who is Truth...

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