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Psalm 34

I’ve read Psalm 34 today a few times through. Been loving it and the theology in it. Check it out – Taste and see that the LORD is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him. 9 Fear the LORD, you his holy people, for those who fear him lack nothing. 10 The …

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A good friend sent me this quote today from J.I. Packer on Worship: “If worship services are so fixed that what’s being offered fits the expectations, the hopes, even the prejudices, of any one of these groups as opposed to the others, I don’t believe the worship style glorifies God.” I really like it.  It’s …

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After You Believe

I’m launching into a new 4 week series at Antioch this Sunday called After You Believe. I took the title from a new book by N.T. Wright and the subtitles for each individual message – Spiritual Theology, The Dark Night, The Joy of Being Wrong, Fear and Trembling – from books that have had a …

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History of Atheism

I just agreed today to teach a Tuesday night class this spring through Kilns College called, “The History and Philosophy of Atheism.” I’m pretty convinced that the conversation that needs to happen about faith is evolving from what it has been in previous generations.  A lot of it used to be in-house Christian dialogue – theology, doctrine, …

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ABOUT ME Ken Wytsma I’m a second-generation Dutch American—engineer, philosopher, entrepreneur, wine historian, author and educator. My father was born in ’44 under Nazi occupation in Holland. He immigrated to the United States when he was eight years old, working double shifts through school before joining the United States Navy. Growing up as a Navy …

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I was with a couple yesterday graveside as they buried their 9 month old daughter. Some things I learned that I’ll never forget: – Both parents reading lists of things they were “thankful” to God for in giving them their daughter for 9 months. It was a paradigm shift for me. I thought of burials …

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