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Priscilla & Aquila, Ephesians 5, and the Theology of Marriage

Yeah…there’s that.  Thanks Peter. But!  We’ve moved into the New Testament where marriage becomes a bit more closely aligned with what the average evangelical will affirm:  One Man, one woman. As I wrote yesterday, I find the New Testament couple, Priscilla & Aquila, quite fascinating.  Paul lauded them as leaders in the early house churches… Continue reading Priscilla & Aquila, Ephesians 5, and the Theology of Marriage

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Serious Question for Evangelical Christianity

Where do Jesus’ words, “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing” from Luke 23:34 fit regarding charity among believers who believe different things about how proper Christianity should be lived out and the content a proper Christian should believe?  Is this verse a hint or should it be kept at… Continue reading Serious Question for Evangelical Christianity

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RIP My Friend

I often fall into frustration about what I consider to be apathy in the large Evangelical church regarding the conversion of personal, “eternal life-qualifying faith” into actions befitting of the Kingdom of God in the here & now.  Actually, it’s a pretty glaring omission when you think about it.  The American Evangelical church focuses on… Continue reading RIP My Friend