Tag Archives: Lent

Good God

“Welcome home honey, how was your evening?” I asked my wife after she returned home from a work engagement recently. “It was good”, she replied. “And you?” “Oh, me” I cautiously ventured. “It was filled with existential angst as usual. … Continue reading

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Your Best Life Now and the meaning of Lent

A number of months (even years) ago, I saw an interview on TV with Joel Osteen.  I had never heard of him before, but I was struck by his smile and his natural presence on the screen.  He had a … Continue reading

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The Question

The fundamental question posed by our human experience echoes yet from the cross of Christ. We might wish for clarity, or certainty, or even a hint that the dark night might soon be over.  Indeed, much “Christian” work has been … 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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