Highlighting posts from the first year
If we wish to speak profitably to others, then we must speak prophetically. To speak prophetically we must speak pneumatically, speaking truthfully in accordance with the one who is the Truth. To speak thusly, we must therefore in all things confess Jesus Christ as Lord, from hearts which are sustained by the Holy Spirit, and […]
What would you say to someone who knows nothing about faith if you were in a lift with them? Here’s how I responded to that question. Read it and let me know what you would say!
Recently I was asked if Faith is experiential or conceptual. Here’s my response.
I’ve now posted my responses on the questions of the symbolism of the Cross, and the Altar. Here follows the next question, and my response: What do you believe the Bread and Wine symbolise? In the beginning, God created the heavens and the Earth. These places are both each as real as the other. One, […]
Recently I posted about The Symbolism of the Cross, a response to one question of several asked by a friend of mine about symbols in churches. I actually rather enjoyed writing in response to a question and so if you have any topics or themes you would like to suggest I have a look at then […]
Reflecting on the symbolism of the Cross.
‘There is no point in playing down the staggering significance of the incarnation and resurrection. God the Creator of the universe, transcendent over all time and space, has himself become a creature within time and space, the man Jesus Christ, and precisely as such, ‘within the measures and limits’ of our human historical existence, he […]
A Lent Prayer – Honesty at the foot of the Cross.
People say that the language theologians use to talk about Trinity is too complicated.
So I’ve tried to talk about the Trinity using only the most common words.
Check it out.