Monthly Archives: December 2018

Extension and Projection of Self

Sometimes I wish I could go back to a stage of intellectual and professional development when there wasn’t as much pressure for everything to be formed and processed before it is presented. Continue reading

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Sermon: Freedom (Colossians 2:16–23)

God could have left Israel muddling along with a Law that they couldn’t keep, which was constantly condemning them, and which isolated them from the world—but instead he sent his Son to keep it perfectly on their behalf. Continue reading

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