What happens when a society that never wants to talk about suffering, a society that believes all suffering can be cured by therapeutic means or socio-economic reordering, finds itself in a situation of suffering that there is no simple way to avoid? What happens when the church has largely mirrored society’s avoidance of suffering, and …

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I get a bit drained of life reading and watching various church leader types providing hot-takes on a pandemic as a once in a life-time opportunity to lead, lead, lead, and do, do, do. For all the communication about change, I don’t perceive any change at all, just a redecoration of the tread-mill that seems …

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Writing about a deficient understanding about God’s holiness among modern Christians, Drew Dyck describes how that deficiency is not only apparent in a lack of understanding, but is also apparent in a corresponding deficiency in our personal character. We lack a practice of personal holiness because we’ve lost a theology of divine holiness. When we …

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