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Fingernails on Chalkboards

The clouds stream across the sky drug, I daresay by the very fingers of God as one scrapes fingernails across the chalkboard. He claws his Almighty way in, an angry protest, rending the heavens to speak of hope. Reality Beyond … Continue reading

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If I were God…

Before I entered Seminary, the sitcom “Seinfeld” was my favorite thing to watch on TV. (It still is, by the way. Re-runs of Seinfeld are better than anything current…although I keep hearing about this ‘Downton Abbey’ phenomenon). So last night … Continue reading

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Domesticated Deity

We’ve domesticated deity with our cheap, plastic telescopes (see previous 2 posts).  We’ve pinned our future on dreams of distance, hopes of possessing a technology so powerful that we can keep reality at bay.  Meanwhile the plastic and glass through … Continue reading

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Plastic Faith

In my last post, I talked about a Fisher Price telescope from my childhood.  It was one of my favorite toys, because you could look through the ‘wrong’ end, and extend the tube, making the world shrink right before your … Continue reading

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Pigs, Pee, and the Creativity of God

This is the time of year when we hear a lot about Belief.   Whether it’s through a Christmas movie, a song on the radio, or over the pulpit on a Sunday morning, the main message is simple and clear…Belief … Continue reading

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Welcome!

I’ve had an itch recently (relax; not that kind of itch) to give more attention to blogging. It’s not that I think the world needs yet another set of pixels gazing into the vast and varied views of God or … Continue reading

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