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The Search for Biblical Masculinity part 4

Because Scripture doesn’t implicitly define God designed masculinity, this will always be one of those topics where we will have disagreements and differences of opinions. But if we are going to use culture and anthropology to help define masculinity we … Continue reading

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The Search for Biblical Masculinity part 2

I stated in my last post that I believe we have generally glossed over God’s unique design of masculinity. And as a result, boys are not being taught to be men. There is a lack of the one-on-one teaching, mentoring … Continue reading

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The Search for Biblical Masculinity part 1

There has been a good deal of chatter recently about “biblical masculinity.”  This is a deeply personal and important issue for me for a number of reasons. I am a man. Statistics show that men are less and less involved … Continue reading

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My Son, Trucks, and Free Will

While waiting for a recent meeting to begin a couple co-workers and I began talking about our sons.  One explained her theory that every boy is either fascinated with balls, trucks or action figures, and asked which category our boys … Continue reading

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The Hound of Heaven

Below is a poem by English poet Francis Thompson in the late nineteenth century.  It is a beautiful picture of God’s relentless pursuit of each of us.  I hope it as meaningful for you as it has been to me. … Continue reading

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A Response to the Response to Rob Bell and Love Wins

I have a sixteen-month-old son at home who has just done his business on the big boy toilet for the first time.  Hold on to your congratulations for a moment.  He did his business as I frantically swung him over … Continue reading

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Seven Stanzas At Easter

Make no mistake: if He rose at all it was as His body; if the cells’ dissolution did not reverse, the molecules reknit, the amino acids rekindle, the Church will fall. It was not as the flowers, each soft Spring … Continue reading

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