• Forgotten is the Minor Key: The Hope that We Have (Part 4) image
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    Some stories are tragic. Ian McEwan doesn’t know how to write anything else. He paints with words the most beautiful Oxfordshire landscapes on which to spread misery and bloodshed and destroy the hopes of ordinary people. And I love a good tragedy. The opportunity to feel melancholy rather than... Read more
  • Universalists Have a Point image
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    Most heresies have a strong point. That's how they convince people that they're not heresies. Marcionism came about because there is, to be fair, a significant difference in redemptive history between the Old and New Testaments. Arianism existed, and still does, because the Father begets, or... Read more
  • “The fire is lit…” image
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    After 1555, Calvin did a great deal to support the Reformed Churches in Calvin's country of origin. In 1555 the first Genevan trained pastor, Jacques L'Anglois, was sent from Switzerland to France. L'Anglois planted a Church into Poitiers and he was the first of many. Responding to other requests,... Read more