The unity of the Godhead means that any depiction of the Cross that paints Jesus as the one who protects us from the Father profoundly misrepresents the character of God. From Noel Due and Daniel Bush: The cross is the point at which God exposed our delusions – our wanting to be judge – and …

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Anything from Noel Due is worth reading. You can hardly believe that the church is God’s fullness if you look with the eyes of sight. It always looks weak and beggarly – full of failure, no God. Yet because it’s the family of the Father, because it is inseparably the bride of Christ, because it …

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This is from an excerpt by a book on Galatians by Daniel Bush and Noel Due. I’ve never heard of Bush, but Due is a longtime favourite. I can’t tell who wrote what, and the quote at the end of the paragraph is by neither. Certainly there is struggle and effort to the Christian life, …

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