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Doug talks about how we are only fully human in and through community. He looks at how community helps us understand God and ourselves.
Doug talks about how love needs to be the foundation behind all of our religious and political activity. Without love our witness is meaningless and our political gains are meaningless. Without love, the laws we change and the judges we appoint have no value in the advancement of the gospel. Doug also talks about a […]
On today’s show Doug talks about how Christians are to be known for how much we love. He also talks about the most unlucky man in America.
On today’s show Doug talks about the myth of balance. Doug looks at how people often talk about balancing truth with love, forgiveness with justice or our emotions with our intellect. He challenges the very notion of putting these concepts on the same continuum. Today’s show is all about the myths we believe and the […]
On today’s show Doug looks at trying to control God and people. We all do it, how come? Also, we examine the why behind the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil and the power of human choice. Doug also delves into his struggles with being an introvert. The Community of God: A Theology […]
Jesus commanded us to love: “But love your enemies, and do good, and lend, expecting nothing in return, and your reward will be great, and you will be sons of the Most High, for he is kind to the ungrateful and the evil” (Luke 6:35). Jesus called us to love, not because it is easy, but […]
The gift of love is a gift of choice. In Genesis 1 we find the pattern of “Let there be. . .” and “there was. . . .” In this pattern God speaks and His creative will comes into existence. “And God said, ‘Let there be light,’ and there was light” (Gen. 1:3). From the […]
In Genesis 1 we find the pattern of “Let there be. . .” and “there was. . . .” In this pattern God speaks and His creative will comes into existence. “And God said, ‘Let there be light,’ and there was light” (Gen 1:3). From the mouth of God, creation comes into form. In Genesis […]
So many respond to the Church from a place of idealized fiction. They rebuke the Church’s inability to measure up to their fantasy, unwilling to recognize that the Church is full of broken people, broken leaders and broken promises. The Church does not exist as an idealized oasis. It’s people, God and grace. God loves […]