Trinity, Part II

“Within this unity there are three persons of one essential nature, power and eternity — the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.” (Part II) On a previous Facebook post I told you that the ontological equality of the Trinity expressed through economic inequality may have implications for gender roles within the church and the home.... Continue Reading →

The Omni-ness of God

"We believe in the one living and true God, both holy and loving, eternal, unlimited in power, wisdom and goodness..." Omni-, as a prefix means,  "all-" in Latin.  So you can take any word (it's probably best to use the Latin translation of the word) to make a new word that means all-that-word.  For example,... Continue Reading →

Both Holy and Loving

  I was a counselor at a Christian one summer camp during college.  When my cabin of high school girls gathered after the evening rally and I asked them what "holy"meant. We had just finished singing about how holy God was and it occurred to me they might not understand what they had so passionately been declaring.... Continue Reading →

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