Tag Archives: Theology

Fire That Doesn’t Consume

  Exodus 3:1-15Common English Bible (CEB) 3 Moses was taking care of the flock for his father-in-law Jethro,[a] Midian’s priest. He led his flock out to the edge of the desert, and he came to God’s mountain called Horeb. 2 The Lord’s messenger appeared to … Continue reading

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Where did this man come from?

This sermon was delivered on March 30, 2014, at Lufkin First United Methodist Church. John 9:1-41  9 As Jesus walked along, he saw a man who was blind from birth. 2 Jesus’ disciples asked, “Rabbi, who sinned so that he was born blind, … Continue reading

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Norse Code, or my Thoughts on Thor: The Dark World

There are few movies that really make me want to start writing creatively again. Thor: The Dark World (TDW) is one of them. I’m not sure what it was, but I’ll see if I can process some of it for … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Independence

Today, on the Fourth of July, we here in the US celebrate our Independence Day, when we declared a formal break from our parent country of England and set out to establish a grand new experiment. Of course, this set … Continue reading

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An Ode to Credo, or, The Theological Beat

Hello all! I hope you have had a blessed Holy Week and a very Happy Easter! Just thought I would share something with my readers. Every year there is something that my particular seminary holds called the Perkins Spring Follies, … Continue reading

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Ghost Protocol: Ops in Exile

I wouldn’t stare too hard into the eyes of Tom Cruise if I were you. He might start running.Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol would have been shockingly good, if I hadn’t known beforehand Brad Bird directed the film. Because I knew … Continue reading

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The Core of a Nerd, and Why Do Theology

As the year begins, off in the distance is a milestone that, sooner or later, I’m going to have to grapple with more forcefully. That milestone is my Credo. The Perkins Credo is a rite of passage for students at … Continue reading

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