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God heard! Gospel-shaped ethics in The Law
I'm reading Exodus with my seven year old.

In chapter 2:23-25 we read:  The Israelites groaned in their slavery and cried out, and their cry for help because of their slavery went up to God. 24 God heard their groaning and he remembered his covenant with A...
I'm reading Exodus with my seven year old. In chapter 2:23-25 we read: The Israelites groaned in their slavery and cried out, and their cry for help because of their slavery went up to God. 24 God heard their groaning and h...
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In my place "put to death"
My son and I are reading Exodus. We've reachec chapter 21, the brief section of law before the instructions on Tabernacle and Priesthood. A recurring theme was the phrase "put to death" as the consequence of sin. e .g. v12 “Anyone who hits a person and kill...
My son and I are reading Exodus. We've reachec chapter 21, the brief section of law before the instructions on Tabernacle and Priesthood. A recurring theme was the phrase "put to death" as the consequence of sin. e.g. v12 “A...
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Why didn't Christ come earlier if humanity has always needed saving?
I was asked this question recently. I like questions because they help me think. Jesus is a great asker and answerer of questions. What would you say? A few thoughts. Jesus was born, lived, died and it's claimed was raised from the dead, 2000 years ago. Eye...
I was asked this question recently. I like questions because they help me think. Jesus is a great asker and answerer of questions. What would you say? A few thoughts. Jesus was born, lived, died and it's claimed was raised fr...
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I went cupping
On Thursday evening I went to my first Cupping . This is wine-tasting for coffee-lovers. We gathered in the very cool offices of a local web company , a table set with boxes of with samples of some newly roasted coffees, bowls and spoons, with seven of us g...
On Thursday evening I went to my first Cupping. This is wine-tasting for coffee-lovers. We gathered in the very cool offices of a local web company, a table set with boxes of with samples of some newly roasted coffees, bowls ...
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Welcome to the family of God
Galatians is a gift that keeps on giving. The gospel might be simple enough for a child, but there is depth and nuance that rewards careful and repeated study of the Scriptures - especially when done with a friend, with a cup of the finest coffee for a coup...
Galatians is a gift that keeps on giving. The gospel might be simple enough for a child, but there is depth and nuance that rewards careful and repeated study of the Scriptures - especially when done with a friend, with a cup...
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"Do you see this woman?"
Extracts from Sermon: Jesus loves good people - Luke 7:36-50 at Grace Church Exeter 1. SHE LOVED JESUS (36-38)  [36] One of the Pharisees asked him to eat with him, and he went into the Pharisee's house and reclined at the table. [37] And behold, a woman of...
Extracts from Sermon: Jesus loves good people - Luke 7:36-50 at Grace Church Exeter 1. SHE LOVED JESUS (36-38) [36] One of the Pharisees asked him to eat with him, and he went into the Pharisee's house and reclined at the...
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An introduction to the Psalms
A few thoughts on the Psalms... 1. Psalms are for singing. Today some churches only sing Psalms. Certainly they were part of the songbook of the early church who were told to sing Psalms, hymns and spiritual songs. It's objected that if you sing the Psalms ...
A few thoughts on the Psalms... 1. Psalms are for singing. Today some churches only sing Psalms. Certainly they were part of the songbook of the early church who were told to sing Psalms, hymns and spiritual songs. It's ...
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Why didn't Christ come earlier if humanity has always needed saving?
I was asked this question recently. I like questions because they help me think. Jesus is a great asker and answerer of questions. What would you say? A few thoughts. Jesus was born, lived, died and it's claimed was raised from the dead, 2000 years ago. Eye...
I was asked this question recently. I like questions because they help me think. Jesus is a great asker and answerer of questions. What would you say? A few thoughts. Jesus was born, lived, died and it's claimed was raised fr...
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Why didn't Christ come earlier if humanity has always needed saving?
I was asked this question recently. What would you say? A few thoughts. Jesus was born, lived, died and it's claimed was raised from the dead, 2000 years ago. Eyewitnessed and leaving an impression on human history that is hard to deny. Why then?  Bible wri...
I was asked this question recently. What would you say? A few thoughts. Jesus was born, lived, died and it's claimed was raised from the dead, 2000 years ago. Eyewitnessed and leaving an impression on human history that is ha...
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I went to a Corbyn rally
On Saturday I went to my first political rally. Some of our best friends invited us. I'm not deeply political. It wasn't really part of my upbringing but I've become more politically aware over the past few years. A the same time, British society seems to h...
On Saturday I went to my first political rally. Some of our best friends invited us. I'm not deeply political. It wasn't really part of my upbringing but I've become more politically aware over the past few years. A the same ...
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Welcome to the family of God
Galatians is a gift that keeps on giving. The gospel might be simple enough for a child, but there is depth and nuance that rewards careful and repeated study of the Scriptures. Departure from the gospel is (1v6) to desert him who called us in Christ.  Whic...
Galatians is a gift that keeps on giving. The gospel might be simple enough for a child, but there is depth and nuance that rewards careful and repeated study of the Scriptures. Departure from the gospel is (1v6) to desert h...
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You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit (James K.A. Smith)
  James K A Smith is highly rated as a theologian and philosopher. I've enjoyed his earlier books 'Desiring the Kingdom' and 'How (not) to be secular' , the latter an introduction to Charles Taylor's epic A Secular Age, along with his work at Comment magazi...
James K A Smith is highly rated as a theologian and philosopher. I've enjoyed his earlier books 'Desiring the Kingdom' and 'How (not) to be secular', the latter an introduction to Charles Taylor's epic A Secular Age, along wi...
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