Yeah you! At the center of this journey is the discovery of who we are and who God is and how it all fits together. Of course there are the legacies we leave and the lives we touch. There are the relationships we build and the impacts we have on others. There are the interactions between … Continue reading Who me, really, are you sure?
1 Cor 1:23 but we preach Christ crucified, a stumbling block to Jews and folly to Gentiles (ESV) Why do you suppose Paul calls Jesus on a cross a stumbling block and folly? In religious circles, of human effort and fallen Adam wisdom, it is often explained as "His morality is impossible for us to live … Continue reading Why a Stumbling Block?
In the last post I posed the question "where do the demons come from?" If you just can't wait any longer go to the end of the post and find out. If you want to take the journey with me, read ahead. We really don't recognize how deep are our paradigms. Our perspectives and lenses … Continue reading Where are my demons? – two
On this journey of revelation we make new discoveries of ancient truths. It is like being a great Indiana Jones character looking for all that lost treasure. Sometimes it feels like running from the blow darts through a maze of swinging blades. Other times it is standing on the top of a great mountain with … Continue reading The crooked judge…oooo
Is it possible that God's approach and view and understanding of all things is so different from ours that the incarnation is less about a "delusion derived chasm crossing" than it is about a "revolutionary way of thinking?" When we see the relational beauty of the Trinity, a God emerges that we thought was the stuff of fiction and … Continue reading Upside down thinking – part 2