Monthly Archives: May 2013
“A Little Lower than God” — Really?
There is a Bible study group that meets in a coffee shop I frequent. They sit at a long table near an easy chair where I like to relax, drink my coffee, and read the morning paper or write. From … Continue reading
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Pentecost — Who Was There, and Why Do You Care?
Let’s play a game. I’m going to write a phrase, and you take a snapshot of the picture that pops up in your mind when you see it. Ready? OK — just highlight the space after the parens with your … Continue reading
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Tough Verses in John 17
(A Lection Reflection on John 17: 20-22) OK, let’s get something on the table right up front: if you want to go beyond just the devotional, then some passages are hard. They raise issues of Christology and the nature of … Continue reading
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