Thoughts and Wotnot #2

Not my own but very helpful and thought provoking…. See the end for credit(s)…. The palaeogenetic fallacy: the mistake of young people who assume that just because a grumpy old fart is sounding off again, what he says has got to be wrong.  Even a broken grandfather clock is right twice a day. Douglas Campbell’s The Deliverance... Continue Reading →

Thoughts and Wotnot

Not my own but very helpful and thought provoking.... See the end for credit....  You think you know someone, but of course you don’t know them too. What might you not know about Jesus of Nazareth? It is not the gift- and skill-sets – the intelligence and imagination, the range of reading, the elegance and... Continue Reading →

The Holy Trinity (pt2)…. Propositions! 1. The Trinity is not an optional doctrine, it is essential. God’s unity is not behind God’s threeness, God’s unity is in God’s threeness. This is not speculative mathematics, it is a descriptive theology of revelation. 2. The Trinity is not an academic doctrine thought up by clever scholars, rather it grew out of the Christian experience of worship, i.e. it expressed the... Continue Reading →

A Magnificent Flaw

"It is not the gift- and skill-sets – the intelligence and imagination, the range of reading, the elegance and wit – that separate the great theologian from the good one. The difference lies not in the brilliance but the defects. It takes a magnificent flaw to make a great theologian." Kim Fabricius   

Revelation 3:20, Original Autograph

Jesus said, “I stand at the door and knock. If anyone is dumb enough not to open it, while Andy and Jim cover the back, Pete will use the Big Key – bam! – and I’ll be coming in to party with a takeaway and a six-pack.” Revelation 3:20, Original Autograph Kim Fabricius

Lord, behold a wretched sinner

Below is a wonderful hymn by Kim Fabricius. I can't sing very well, so if you'll join me in praying it I'll be delighted! Lord, behold a wretched sinner (Tune: Quem pastores laudavere)   Lord, behold a wretched sinner, from the outer to the inner; at repentance, rank beginner: day and night my conscience cries.... Continue Reading →

A Communion Liturgy

Below is a most wonderful Communion Service on the Ben Myers blog faith and theology, written by Kim Fabricius. Service of Holy Communion THE INVITATION Are you hungry? Are you thirsty? You’ve come to the right place! There is plenty of room at this table. It’s not full until all kinds of people are here:... Continue Reading →

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