Monthly Archives: May 2011

So if this is true…

So, if this is true (which I contend that it is): Theology proceeds from God, teaches us about God, and leads us back to God in worship (Aquinas). — Burk Parsons (@BurkParsons) May 31, 2011 Why do Christians then run

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A Prayer for Friday, May 27

[7] Two things I ask of you; deny them not to me before I die: [8] Remove far from me falsehood and lying; give me neither poverty nor riches; feed me with the food that is needful for me, [9] lest I be

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Sharing the Gospel: Communicating Truth and Celebrating Trust

Being reformed (that is, committed to the whole counsel of God in terms of its thought, teaching, and common threads) can, if one is not careful, sap the vitality and life out of ones persistence in prayer and zeal for

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Worship: Thermostat or Thermometer?

I have the good fortune of being the proud son of an HVAC engineer. Though I am not in a field of engineering, nor do I have the skills necessary to be an engineer, I did learn (at a young

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Covenant Renewal: A Time to Hear, a Time to Respond

Sometimes, quotes are good, and I would screw them up if I added too much. So enjoy these. From John Witvliet: “Christian worship is a like a covenant-renewal service in which the gathered reaffirm the vows made with God in

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