Daily Archives: August 30, 2010

Communion Meditation: A Shalom Meal

Brothers and Sisters, bread and wine are offered for us because it is part of God’s economic process. He used image-bearers to make this bread and to provide this wine. He gives us bread, which is alpha food representing the … Continue reading

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Bavinck on Positivism

Matthew Roberts’ piece on Bavinck’s prolegomena discusses Bavinck’s scathing critique of positivism, which asserts that “we can only be certain things which are proved by objective evidence. (88). Bavinck observes  that we can be certain that “our subjective perception of … Continue reading

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What’s Ruth about?

I am beginning a new series this Sunday on Ruth, which will take our congregation all the way until the Advent Season in late November. One brief observation to make is that Ruth is the eighth book in Scriptures, and … Continue reading

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