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Tag Archives: Acts
I had the privilege this week of presenting Christianity to a sociology class in a public university studying Myth, Ritual and Magic. I surveyed this class to see how much knowledge or experience with Christianity or the church the students … Continue reading
Muhammed had the practice of periodically retreating to a cave in the mountains surrounding Mecca for prayer and exclusion. He claims that at the age of 40 (around the year 610) he received his first revelation from God. Three years … Continue reading
Americans express their aspirations through their celebrities, and attempt to live vicariously through them. Our religious tribes works similarly. Dalai Lama and Richard Gere? Do you Tebow? Is it Cat Stevens/Yusaf Islam? Do the new atheists turn you on? This happens … Continue reading
I’ve read through the book of Acts a number of times and one of the most puzzling things about the story of Paul are his actions toward the end of the book. After Paul’s arrest in Jerusalem at the riot … Continue reading
Follow the Frog This is one of those commercials that strikes the keys just right that you almost imagine it couldn’t be more perfect. The video is actually about two outcomes, a futile one and an asserted fruitful one. We … Continue reading
There are some weeks when the sermon illustrations jump up and slap you in the face. This was one of those weeks. I’ve been leading my congregation through the book of Acts for a couple of years now, and the … Continue reading