Monthly Archives: January 2012

Of Crabtrees and Figtrees

Recently, I’ve been thinking about causality, and how we as believers tend to look for the effect, rather than the cause in our lives. Many times, that is because it is both more simplistic and more readily apparent to focus … Continue reading

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A Link of Interest

I’ve been reading Carl Trueman’s “Histories and Fallacies”, greatly enjoying his approach to the problems experienced in the writing and rewriting of history. ¬†However, a recent blog post of his caught my attention as well, as it addresses the ongoing … Continue reading

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Translating the longing

As I’ve listened to the various conversations around me this week, mostly focusing on social plans, primarily as they related to the tradition of gathering to celebrate the passing of the old year. there has been one common theme: no … Continue reading

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