Daily Archives: March 2, 2018

The Tension of Ecclesiology

From time to time I ponder the importance of Ecclesiology and the legitimacy and role of church institutions in the life and practice of believers [1].  As a loyal and service-minded member of both a local congregation as well as … Continue reading

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One Star Reviews

Pondering my own love of writing fierce one-star reviews of books, sometimes that other people consider to be classics, I went looking up other websites that appreciated ferocious reviews of such books and found a gem.  Being thus inspired, I … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Long Obedience In The Same Direction

A Long Obedience In The Same Direction:  Discipleship In An Instant Society, by Eugene H. Peterson This was the second book of two that was spoken of highly in a recent regional church leadership conference [1] that I happened to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Radical Disciple

The Radical Disciple:  Some Neglected Aspects Of Our Calling, by John Stott Although I was not unfamiliar with the author’s work from my own reading [1], this was not a book I could find in my local library and so … Continue reading

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