Monthly Archives: June 2009


Check out the picture at Bad Astronomy. What do you think of it? Do you see the blue and green spirals? Did you read the explanation that both spirals are really the same color – that our senses are deceived … Continue reading

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Listening to John Ortberg

The last workshop I went to at the Renovare Conference in San Antonio this past week was a conversation with John Ortberg. I first heard of Ortberg when he was on staff at Willowcreek church. He’s now served as pastor … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on a Biblical Worldview

Much has been said in recent years about a “biblical worldview.” Here are some aspects of such a worldview that I include in my teaching and preaching: The centerpiece of God’s activity is Jesus. As God incarnate, Jesus in his … Continue reading

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Books I’ve just finished

I read a fair number of books in the course of a year.  Here are a couple I’ve just finished. Bill Hybels, Just Walk Across the Room: Simple Steps Pointing People to Faith. You’ll have to look a long time … Continue reading

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