Monthly Archives: August 2020

Postincarnate Christ

I think that we Christians – like everyone else – have a hard time of thinking outside the box, so to speak. Or outside the body, I should say. It is hard to see beyond our own frame of reference. … Continue reading

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Teachable Teachers

I remember this man at my yard sale in Winston-Salem over thirty years ago. He saw a number of commentaries I had for sale, stood facing me, his legs in a stance like he was braced for a hurricane. He … Continue reading

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God’s Rebuilding Project From Ruins to Righteousness Isaiah 61:4 – 62:2

There is something both incongruous and fitting about that title. The expected word after “ruins” might have been “rebuilt”, not “righteousness”. But the very fact that the metaphor seems jarring points out just how different this new kingdom is: It … Continue reading

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