The Beauty of the Earth and All that is in It

I spent Sunday afternoon thinking about water. First my family watched part of Discovery Channel's "Shark Week", specifically a show about strange looking sharks. Then we all packed up for a late afternoon drift down the river in kayaks. I could not help reflecting on the Goodness of God's creation. And experiencing these two events... Continue Reading →

Natural Impact

I would not say I am an expert on creation care, nor could I count myself among the most passionate about this area of theology. But this week I have found myself thinking about creation and how it has been impacted by COVID-19. It is not easy to quantify the impact this disease will have... Continue Reading →

God with us

We all want God to simply part the clouds and look down on us, or to verbally communicate with us, unmediated. But, that cannot be, God is far too great, and we are far too insignificant. I am not sure what encountering God’s unmediated presence (I want to use terms like “real” and “physical” but... Continue Reading →

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