For her birthday present, the Templetons took Tanzen out horseback riding. Now she wants to buy one.
Here is an explanation of WikiTheology. For similar posts, see why we have arms, why we don’t eat snowy owls, why Hell might not be what you think, and why your stomach still growls. Friend: If Jesus knew he would rise from the dead, wasn’t he being … Read More
Book: Ware, B. The Man Christ Jesus: Theological Reflections on the Humanity of Christ. Crossway, 2012. Pages: 160 Point: Jesus Christ, the second person of the triune God, emptied himself by assuming the form of a slave, taking on the … Read More
On Saturday mornings a group of us gets together for reading, discussion, and/or hiking. This past week we went for a walk in the rain to a nearby village. We had great discussions and so-so coffee…
There is a phrase some Spanish children hear all the time in school, “¿Estás en Babia?” It is our equivalent of, “Are you daydreaming?” “To be in Babia” became an easy way to describe someone who was someplace else mentally. … Read More
I had worked for many years with rickety logic: religious busyness is the same thing as spiritual maturity. The more you do, the more you love Jesus. I’d never have put it this tactlessly. But it was the air I … Read More
One of the many interesting thoughts from Wilde, Oscar. The Picture of Dorian Gray “You are a sceptic.” “Never! Scepticism is the beginning of faith.” I greatly appreciated my first time reading through this book. There are many things to … Read More
From Reynolds, Rebecca K. Courage, Dear Heart: Letters to a Weary World God never meant for the Christian life to be one bright day of salvation followed by four decades of pulling ourselves up by our bootstraps, trying harder to … Read More
From Reynolds, Rebecca K. Courage, Dear Heart: Letters to a Weary World A couple of months ago, a non-believing friend told me that he loves Greek mythology more than Old Testament stories because Greek gods and goddesses have human personality … Read More
Last month we were able to visit Montserrat, in northern Spain. The sites were impressive…and so was the tram ride to the top!