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Limerick Doctrine – where poetry and theology meet

[From the archives.] I shall now recite a spiritual limerick: The doctrine we call pneumatology Is tougher to learn than biology I’ve no cause to fear it Because of the Spirit Who guides me in learning theology *** Your own … Continue reading

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Atheists and Christians Talk Theology

[Updated from the archives.] *** A couple years ago I co-taught a Sunday school class on some basic theology: Christology and Pneumatology, the Incarnation and the Trinity, stuff like that. I started the very first session by pointing out that … Continue reading

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Lyrical Doctrine – where limericks and theology meet

I shall now recite a spiritual limerick: The doctrine we call pneumatology Is tougher to learn than biology I’ve no cause to fear it Because of the Spirit Who guides me in learning theology *** Your own limerick offerings are … Continue reading

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Odd Man Out: why a man reads women’s blogs

[From the archives, originally a guest post for Anne Bogel, aka Modern Mrs. Darcy, who invited me to write about my tendency to read and comment at blogs written by women. As tempted as I was to reply “Hey someone’s … Continue reading

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One Powerful Way To Beef Up Your Theology

Our friends Doug and Jan Hanson sent us another e-post card from the Christian Leaders’ Training College in Papua New Guinea: CLTC welcomed many New Years babies this year – little four-legged ones!  I love watching the young calves kick up their heels and … Continue reading

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Newly Minted Theologians, Melanesian Style!

This is from the latest e-post card from our friends Doug and Jan Hanson about their work at the Christian Leaders Training College in Papua New Guinea: John and Celestial Yejerla Prasad graduated together this year during CLTC’s 46th Graduation … Continue reading

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Smashing Household Idols – a review of Aimee Byrd’s Housewife Theologian

Everyone is a theologian. Some are horrible theologians and some are quite good, but everyone – whether they are a person of faith or not – is a theologian. “I believe in God” and “I don’t believe in God” are … Continue reading

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Every Statement is a Theological Statement

Last year I co-taught a Sunday school class on some basic theology: Christology and Pneumatology, the Incarnation and the Trinity, stuff like that. I started the very first session by pointing out that – whether we realize it or not … Continue reading

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I am the 1%: Why a Man Reads a Women’s Blog

[Anne Bogel, aka Modern Mrs. Darcy, invited me to write about my tendency to read and comment at blogs written by women. As tempted as I was to reply “Hey someone’s got to bring a Y chromosome to the party!”, … Continue reading

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