Tag Archives: Theology

Reconsidering Tulip

Ex-Calvinist Alexander J. Renault, in his well-written and well-articulated assertion “Reconsidering Tulip,” provides the serious student of truth, especially those enamored by reformed thought, with a prick of doubt which plays the role of pea under the mattress, “How come those … Continue reading

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A Panegyric Upon Jesus

As I added a new word to my vocabulary today, this seemed the perfect fit… right?

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Drowning in Religion

Would you agree that we tend to be a religious bunch? That even on our best days, we still find ourselves embracing a self-rendered salvation, one that says, “Because I am good; God loves me.” One that alternately brings insecurity in our … Continue reading

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The Struggle for Grace

“Grace. It’s what I crave most when my guilt is exposed. The very thing I’m hesitant to extend when I’m confronted with the guilt of others — especially when their guilt has robbed me of something I consider valuable.” Andy … Continue reading

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Where Judgement Ends and Grace Begins

I’m up to it again! That title… the one at the top of the page, yeah that one! I stole it! There (confession is good for the soul)! Want to know something else? I don’t feel any guilt whatsoever for … Continue reading

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