Last week Keith sent me a link to some EXCELLENT sermons by Mark Driscoll, teaching pastor at the Mars Hill church. (Link in itunes here…http://rss.marshillchurch.org/mhcsermonaudio) I especially enjoyed the sermons […]
As I am nearing the end of my studies at Briercrest, there are three things which I am realizing: 1) there is no end to the new books being written […]
The fourth century is an era pivotal to Anabaptist faith. In it alone lies the key for explaining a continued independence from the Holy See, for pacifism, and for a distancing of the Anabaptist heritage from “the Dark Ages.” Specifically, the Anabaptist tradition believes that Constantine forced the merger between state and church, and that the church compromised her theology accordingly – creating perversions only now rectified in Anabaptist theology.
“I believe the Bible, not any new-fangled scientific theory.” “Once you start compromising the ‘literal’ reading of Scriptures on one issue, it will be a slippery slope away from all […]
A musing about death, life, children, and immortality. Finishes with one of my better poems.
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There are two strangers I know. Good people. Kind people. People who love Jesus. I know them well, but they do not know each other. They think they do, but […]