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Daily Archives: September 13, 2009
A Strong Submission
Frank Schaeffer, Crazy for God (Cambridge: Carroll and Graf, 2007) 311. To me, John’s selfless actions came to represent what faith looks like when lived, as opposed to what theological “purity” looks like. And one reason I still bother to … Continue reading
Catholics and the “Forgiveness of Sin”
At my Latin mass this morning, the priest’s message was on the part of the Apostle’s Creed about “the forgiveness of sin.” I thought I heard him say that baptism removes temporal punishment for sin, but the catechism says differently, … Continue reading
I just finished my weekly quiet time. This week, it was on II Samuel 18. I’m not sure what to do with the character of Ahimaaz, and, quite frankly, neither are many scholars (at least the ones that I read). … Continue reading
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