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Why the cross? – part three

Projecting our deep wounds on God is how we formulated our psychotic images of Him. As Baxter Kruger says we painted the face of God with the tar of our angst. We were ashamed and took matters into our own hands by fashioning coverings with fig leaves. In the darkness of the bushes we have…

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Upside down thinking

Jesus came to deal with and save us from our fallen nature.  Contrary to popular opinion that wasn’t an effort to make us feel more guilty about a bunch of behavioral and moral issues in our lives.  His purpose wasn’t to “bring to our attention” a more in-depth and higher fidelity understanding of the sin…

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