Tomorrow is Pentecost. Since the beginning of December Christians have reflected on the first and second comings of Jesus, of the humility of his life and the triumph of his death and death and resurrection. After Pentecost the remainder of the Church year is spent in what is termed Ordinary Time. It may seem that …

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Tim Keller writes an essay premised on the concept that grievance is growing as the leveraging authority in contemporary culture. Grievance providing the capacity for superiority in relationships invites grievance to be held onto. If grievance is released, the capacity for its ability to control is let go. While there is an expectation of sorrow …

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Chad Bird writes about forgiveness, observing that forgiving others is not something we do for our own therapeutic benefit. Followers of Jesus forgive because we have to pass on the forgiveness that has been given to us. From Bird’s post: What does it mean to forgive? For the Christian, it means simply this: to see …

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