The Equation of Your Life

Here’s a little line I wrote down and shared this morning in the last of the 7 Letters to the 7 Churches Series: “Write the equation of your life so the addition of Christ is needed to make it balance.” (Currently working on trying to refine my math)


“The overarching concern in the idea of justice is the need to have just relations with others—and even to have appropriate sentiments about others; and what motivates the search is the diagnosis of injustice in ongoing arrangements.” Sen, Amartya. “The Boundaries of Justice: David Hume and our World,” The New Republic, December 14, 2011, Books …

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On Writing

I took a break from blogging these last two weeks for the first time in 5 years. I’d realized that blogging had become a guilt endeavor – just get something up – rather than a meaningful representation of my thoughts or what God is teaching me. For quite a while, those around me have been …

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Who Am I?

Micah and I have been discussing Kierkegaard and Bonhoeffer as we’re half way through an eight hour layover at Heathrow Airport in London. I pulled up Bonhoeffer’s poem, “Who Am I?”, as an example of his existential side.  Bonhoeffer and Kierkegaard both shared similar views on the cost of discipleship, or what Bonhoeffer called “Costly …

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