Tag Archives: Gospel

How to Kill the D.N.C. with One, Simple Shot to the Heart: A Dialogue Between Jim Jordan, Amy Dacey, and Moses Maimonides.

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Miley Cyrus and the Eschatological Hope of “We Can’t Stop”

True Confessions: I do not regularly consume “pop” or “top 40” music, such as Miley Cyrus.  However, I am occasionally a sucker for a catchy melody.  In the late 90s I fell hard for the Backstreet Boys’ song “Everybody (Backstreet’s … Continue reading

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Reforming Evangelicalism: Becoming Trinitarian Dance Partners

While most Evangelicals would confess that their faith is rooted in God, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, most Evangelicals could not articulate why the doctrine of the Trinity matters to the life of the Church.  And, when this doctrine … Continue reading

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Is Your Gospel the Gospel of Scripture?

Have you ever stopped to ask yourself: what is the Gospel?  What is it really? For many of us, particularly those of us that have grown up within Evangelical circles, the question seems almost absurdly simple.  The Gospel is the … Continue reading

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Links and Joe

Sunday, 6 January 2013 Here are some links to various blog posts we found on the net this week.  While we may not endorse every idea espoused in them, we enjoyed reading them, and found them to be thought provoking. … Continue reading

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Top Ten Books Ryan Read in 2012 (Because Most of Them Were Assigned by Vanhoozer)

Here are ten books I read this past year provided in no particular order, with no pontificating on the nature of lists and the subjectivity of literary experience.

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Advent: Hope for What?

Today, December 1, 2012, is the first day of Advent (the 24 day anticipation of Jesus’ coming or arrival).  Advent simply means coming or arrival, and the nuance of the term coming is appropriate.  Coming can refer to the historical … Continue reading

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