I find the permanence of the Incarnation to be an endlessly verdant theological idea. Jesus doesn't "shed" his resurrection body in order to ascend to heaven, but rather enters into the Father's presence as a resurrected human, permanently uniting … [Continue reading] about On the Permanence of the Incarnation
Recently I learned (from Tom Hodgkinson's Idler newsletter) about a new project by the UN’s International Labour Organization training center. It's a manifesto of sorts on the benefits of "slow learning." From their website: We live in an age of … [Continue reading] about Slow Discipleship?
(breathing in) You’re the breath in my lungs;(breathing out) You’re the heat on my skin.(breathing in) All-Consuming Flame of Love:(breathing out) Transform me from within. … [Continue reading] about A Breath Prayer For the Sauna (Or When Sitting Outside a Particularly Hot Day)
Previously, I wrote a few provisional thoughts on the Asbury revival (or is it an outpouring? an awakening?), which has recently stopped its meetings on campus. I wanted to name a few more observations about the revival, as well as the responses I've … [Continue reading] about Reflections on the Responses to the Asbury Revival
You've probably heard about the revival happening at Asbury University by now. It's a pretty interesting phenomenon on a number of levels, both in terms of what's happening and in terms of how people are responding to what's happening. It hasn't … [Continue reading] about Provisional Thoughts on the Asbury Revival