Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Bread of Life

You are what you eat, we’re told. That’s not necessarily good news for us Americans, who rank as the most obese nation. In a profoundly more important sense, Jesus calls you to focus on the heavenly food that strengthens you … Continue reading

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The Absence and Presence of Jesus

Jesus fed the 5,000. When they wanted make him king by force, he went into the hills, and the disciples got into a boat to cross the northern part of the Sea of Galilee to the town of Capernaum. Jesus … Continue reading

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Scripture-Searching Unbelief

“We’re drinking a cocktail that’s a mix of the Protestant work ethic, the American dream, and the gospel. And we’ve intertwined them so completely that we can’t tell them apart anymore. Our gospel has become a gospel of following your … Continue reading

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