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A Celtic Hospitality Liturgy

  I should like a great lake of finest ale, for the King of Kings I should like a table of the choicest food, for the family of heaven. Let the ale be made from the fruits of faith, and … Continue reading

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Blessed Are Those Who Persecute? by Matt Stone

I have found that when I approach my Pagan neighbours with respect, more often than not they are respectful towards me. And when I listen in order to understand, they are happy to enter into conversation and are open to … Continue reading

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Unified by Love Not Doctrine

It is no wonder Christ emphasized the need for love not doctrine to hold the body of Christ together. He knew that we were not all meant to think alike or look alike. A variety of doctrines are not only acceptable to … Continue reading

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American Christians and Community of Goods

Tell me then, how is it that you are rich? From whom did you receive it, and from whom did he transmit it to you? From his father and his grandfather. But can you, ascending through many generations, show the … Continue reading

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Reforming Evangelicalism: Becoming Trinitarian Dance Partners | Blood Stained Ink

The confession of Nicaea is not merely information to believed, but it is the relational logic for the life of the Church, which itself is nothing other than our collective participation in the divine dance.  Our preaching of the gospel … Continue reading

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Let’s Get Medieval: What the Future Church Can Learn from the Middle Ages

There are surely some things to be thankful for when one considers that we no longer live in the Middle Ages. Yet there is much that the Church might be able to glean by looking at the nature of medieval … Continue reading

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What Is The Future You Want To Come Home To?

One cannot read the Gospels or the prophets without realizing that God’s loving purposes are not just about changing us spiritually… as important as that is. God in Christ intends to make all things new. I am looking forward to … Continue reading

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