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Will The Keshia Thomases of Ferguson Please Stand Up

It was a counter-rally of sorts, or at least it was supposed to be. It all began when a group of people gathered to protest a KKK rally in Ann Arbor Michigan, June 1996. As I see it, if there ever were a noble and just reason to band together publically against racism and hatred…

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I’m A Kingdom Kid: I Don’t Want to Grow Up!

“Oh, now he’s a Christian so why is he doing…” Or, “He’s a pastor he should know better…” Now, no doubt becoming a follower of Christ means that one will have to make many changes and immediate sacrifices, I’m just not so sure, anymore, that much of what passes as such is what Jesus necessarily…

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Grace Received & Grace Given: A Refection

Well, never one to forgo pleasantries I purchased ($6.99, more than worth it to surpass the dreaded time in this crammed and inhumane seating) the wifi service so that I could write and then publish this post from roughly 30,000 feet in the air as I make my way to Miami aboard United Airlines flight…

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Penal Substitution as the Final Assize In Person

I can still feel the surge of excitement when I finally realized in light of N.T. Wright’s work on inaugurated eschatology (that God’s promised future new creation was coming forward to the present from the future through the person and work of Christ), that it wasn’t so much that Jesus came to show us what…

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The Big Question: Will There Be Old Books In The New Creation?

Scripture’s multivalent portraits of the eschatological shake down (i.e. new creation) make it difficult to describe with any certainty what the “new heavens and the new earth” will look like. Some things we know with a degree of confidence—death’s death, the final knell for sin, and something like immortality—but Scripture seems silent, even uninterested, on…

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