Stephen Freeman writes about a perspective on life that resonates with the current study of Ecclesiastes that we’re doing at MGPC. It may be existential despair, but it points to the one in whom there is no despair: Our life is fragile and exists only as a precious gift. We have no existence in-and-of-ourselves and …

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Barry Webb writes about two of the popularly known expressions found in the third chapter of the biblical book of Ecclesiastes – the ‘every season’ section and the ‘eternity in the hearts of men’ section that follows it. In doing so he demonstrates that whenever you read something in Ecclesiastes and feel a sentimental response …

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