One of my favorite theologians is Oswald Bayer (Univ. of Tubingen). I do not claim to always understand him, or agree with him, but he diagnoses humanity like a skilled physician. Consider the following statement about the incurable disease of self-justification: judgement I constantly vacillate, even to the very end of life, between the judgment others make about me and … Read More
If I have to hear one more sermon preached from the OT that fails to have Jesus as the POINT and not merely a cute sub-point, I may have to scream.
[gravatar email=”firstname.lastname@example.org” size=”100″ title=”Channing Crisler” alt=”Channing Crisler” class=”user-picture” align=”right”]An axiom is simply a self-understood truth, and something quite invaluable in communication. Imagine a linguistic world where nothing could be taken for granted. Books, text messages, tweets, and every other mode of speech would be weighed down by a constant necessity to explain what should be obvious, or “axiomatic.” For example, … Read More
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