Tag Archives: Pentecost

75 Years of Life

Thisness 75 Years of Life Tuesday, March 20, 2018 (Spring Equinox) I was born 75 years ago today. I know 75 is a somewhat arbitrary number, yet our culture has assigned it some significance. CAC staff encouraged me to share my journey, and they sifted through old photo albums to illustrate my very human path.… Continue Reading 75 Years of Life

Universal Dignity in a Debauched Empire

The Apostle Paul Universal Dignity in a Debauched Empire Monday, May 15, 2017 Paul offers a theological and ontological foundation for human dignity and human flourishing that is inherent, universal, and indestructible by any evaluation of race, religion, gender, sexuality, nationality, class, education, or social position. He brings a deep new sense of the dignity… Continue Reading Universal Dignity in a Debauched Empire

The Evolution of the Temple

The Apostle Paul The Evolution of the Temple Sunday, May 14, 2017 The brilliant Anglican theologian, N. T. Wright, concludes that we have largely missed Paul’s major theme. [1] After Luther, many thought Paul’s great idea was “justification by faith” (Protestants) versus “works righteousness” (Catholics). It makes a nice dualistic split, but Wright believes the… Continue Reading The Evolution of the Temple

Universal, Inherent Dignity

Bias from the Bottom: Week 1 Universal, Inherent Dignity Thursday, March 24, 2016 Paul offers a theological and solid foundation for human dignity and human flourishing that is inherent, universal, and indestructible by any evaluation, whether it be race, religion, gender, nationality, class, education, or social position. We now believe the reason that this one… Continue Reading Universal, Inherent Dignity

Moving from Jesus to Christ

Jesus: The Christ Moving from Jesus to Christ Sunday, March 22, 2015 On the day of Pentecost, after recognizing the eternal presence of the Holy Spirit, Peter stood up and proclaimed that God “had raised up Jesus” to reveal him as the Christ (Acts 2:32, 36). This is a different way of thinking for most… Continue Reading Moving from Jesus to Christ

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