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Tag Archives: The Gospel of Matthew
“God’s calling must be tested and his servants must pass the test” That’s from Craig Keener’s commentary on the book of Matthew and I think it’s true. The moment we raise the question of God testing people objections emerge. “A … Continue reading
In the Sermon on the Mount Jesus offers you a life that an stand up to anything. But how can we choose when just trying to figure out what is real is so hard and divide even in basic questions … Continue reading
When Consumerism Meets the Totalitarian Culture War Does your brand of phone or clothing or hotel express whether you are part of the blue tribe or red tribe? Why would Air BNB spend probably 5 million dollars on their superbowl … Continue reading
The Myth of Christian Moral Guidance The title of that Time piece was of course click-bate for me. The author goes on to make a point that should be obvious to most of us. Before the election, for instance, Pope Francis … Continue reading
The Sermon on the Mount read by Virgin Eyes In the 1980s Virginia Stem Owens, a professor of English literature decided to have her students read the Sermon on the Mount in her classroom at Texas A&M. The response surprised … Continue reading
Praying for a Miracle Most of the things people ask me to pray about, and most of the things I pray for are miracles. We don’t look at them that way. We don’t talk about them that way, but that … Continue reading