Monthly Archives: February 2008

Healthy Theology

I ran across this excerpt from an interview with Richard Rorty at Faith and Theology:  “I’m delighted that liberal theologians do their best to do what Pio Nono said shouldn’t be done – try to accommodate Christianity to modern science, … Continue reading

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Rowan Williams and Sharia?

The blogosphere has exploded with vituperation over a recent lecture by the Archbishop of Canterbury on legal theory. You’d think the same kind of crowd was responding to him as responded to Pope Benedict in Regensburg. You know, “Let’s read … Continue reading

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Making Disciples

Our purpose as a church is to make disciples. My personal take on that (for my own life) is that I’m here (wherever God has me at any given moment) to make disciples who become disciple makers. I realize that … Continue reading

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Handling our Wealth

Here are some comments inspired by John the Methodist and commentators at his site: It’s been said, “Give a man a fish; you have fed him for today.  Teach a man to fish; and you have fed him for a … Continue reading

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Thinking About Lent

The forty days of Lent are based on the forty days Jesus spent in the wilderness. Often when we think of those forty days (described, for example, in Matthew 4), we think of the fasting and the temptations. Christians have … Continue reading

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