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Making sense of Paul’s mission

Apostle Paul

As I have been thinking through Rob Bell’s [amazon_link id=”006204964X” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Love Wins[/amazon_link], I began to think through the implications of his position. This kind of “What if he is right?” exercise has helped me think through other issues. The question tends to clarify matters for me. One of the questions that arose […]

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Love Wins: Questions and Answers

[amazon_image id=”006204964X” link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, And The Fate Of Every Person[/amazon_image]As I tweeted last week, while in Grand Rapids I bought Rob Bell’s recent best-seller Love Wins. I was hoping to get it autographed, but Rob was a little busy. I finished reading it last night. I am still […]

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Velvet Elvis: Repainting the Christian Faith

[amazon_image id=”0310273080″ target=”_blank” size=”Medium” link=”true” ]Velvet Elvis: Repainting The Christian Faith[/amazon_image][Work in progress… I’m working through the text!] Is the “velvet Elvis” all that there is? Is yesterday’s “painting” of the Christian faith adequate for today? Is the Christian faith primarily static or dynamic? Rob Bell answers: “This book is about the endless need to […]

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Conversant with Elvis?

I received in the “mail” today two new books for my reading list. Both of them were suggested to me as worthy reading to increase my awareness of the “emergent church movement”. Being the cheap skate I am, when ordering from Amazon, I ordered enough to qualify for SuperSaver (i.e., FREE!) shipping and asked for […]

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