Daily Archives: April 19, 2010

Communion Meditation: Eating Around the Right Fire

Brothers and Sisters, Jesus asked the disciples if they had any fish? Any food? Yet unsure of their vocations, they answered “No.” But after eating with Jesus, they knew that they would never answer “No” again. This morning we have … Continue reading

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On-Line Article (s) I Read Today, XIX

Mission Accomplished? Some Dangers in Past-Participle Thinking by Theodore Plantinga What disturbs me the most is not the irony in the name of the newdenomination but the implicit one-upmanship in the names of so many smalldenominations. For example, when a … Continue reading

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Exhortation: Praise Yahweh!

Grace, Mercy, and Peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. In Psalm 148, the psalmist speaks of the sun and moon and stars. He speaks of armies, of kings, and of peoples. In the beginning … Continue reading

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Sacramental Theology Anyone?

Craig Higgins’ doctoral dissertation some years ago is still very much a picture of modern presbyterian minimization of the sacraments for church life. In Higgins’ research “three-quarters of the students admit to having studied sacramental theology only a moderate amount or less. ” … Continue reading

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