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The wrathful God

The idea of God as a judge (and therefore a God of wrath) has come to a head in the person of Jesus. His life is like a conversation, with the Pharisees being very upset that He says He speaks … Continue reading

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Life, near-death and death

Yesterday, a friend told me about a vast study on near-death experiences. One thing that all of the experiences had in common was meeting a being of love clad in light. The being would ask them, without any form of … Continue reading

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A thought on road rage and healing justice

I was driving to Stellenbosch the other day and as I turned onto the highway, on the on-ramp there was a taxi parked with its hazards on and a warning triangle out. This meant we didn’t have the normal run … Continue reading

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Less of me and more of Him

You hear people saying it quite often. We hear it in worship songs all the time: “less of me, more of You”. A friend of mine recently made a beautiful casserole dish in pottery. She was so proud of it. … Continue reading

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Suffering Part 2: Dealing with our suffering

Previously I wrote a post dealing with suffering in an intellectual way, particularly why would God, being good, allow suffering. But understanding suffering and dealing with it are two different things. This post is more about how to cope with … Continue reading

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What is relationship?

My previous post, Romance is the enemy of relationship, focuses on what a romantic relationship is not. There is something left to be said about what romantic relationships are. These are Christy-Joy’s (i.e. my girlfriend’s) thoughts on this subject from … Continue reading

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Romance is the enemy of relationship

Yes, the title is provocative, but I truly mean it. To be clear I’m not speaking about a romantic relationship per se, but the romance that accompanies it. It is that initial perfection of the relationship. Robert Capon calls it … Continue reading

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