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Sabbath and God's Life

The keeping of the Sabbath day was and is necessarily communal. To keep the Sabbath day holy required, in the most basic way, to open up oneself to be present with and to the living God and with other human beings. In other words, the original…

Why the Lord Jesus is the Center

Modern Western culture is in revolt from every form of received authority structure and thus no longer has any common truth which people can gather around. The mindset of the world is increasingly characterized by a splintering of classifications…
Theological Convictions

When Theological Convictions Go Bad, Part 1

In the history of the Christian Church and the development of Christian theology people who otherwise agreed doctrinaly have sharply disagreed over certain questions. The most infamous is the nature of the Lord’s Supper or Communion or the…
Resonance Theological Journal Resonant Points
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The Ultimate Purpose of the Incarnation (Part 2)

Several months ago while I was at work I saw something quite unusual. On a busy main street I heard a bunch of honking and looked over to see a woman driving a sedan with a gasoline pump handle and hose sticking out of the side of her car. Traffic…
Resonance Theological Journal Waves Uncountable
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The Ultimate Purpose of the Incarnation (Part 1)

I think it would negligent on my part to not attempt to address the most famous and widely quoted statement from On the Incarnation. I will quote the statement and the fuller context and then attempt to grapple with the meaning and application…
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In Truth Only God Can Save

The Lord Jesus Christ stated plainly: “All things have been handed over to me by my Father; and no one knows who the Son is except the Father, or who the Father is except the Son and anyone to whom the Son chooses to reveal him.” (Luke 10:22,…

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