Tag Archives: Perichoresis

Becoming human – part one

The goal of discipleship is to become like Christ, which means becoming authentically human. Many Christians seem to think that being spiritually mature means God wants to dissolve us into nothingness. This idea finds its origin in pagan religion, not Christianity. 

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Will you dance?

You and I have been invited into something most wonderful–more glorious than anything this world can offer. Something more beautiful, more pure, more intimate, more deeply satisfying and transformational than all of our theology or anything else we think is … Continue reading

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Deconstructing our non-relational god (part two)

 “Religion is what you do when you don’t know you’re included.” – C. Baxter Kruger For if we don’t know that God’s plan was to place us inside the Eternal Fellowship between the Father, Son and Spirit, we must invent something else. This … Continue reading

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Deconstructing our non-relational god (part one)

Have we made a god in our evangelical imaginations so immovable, so self-sufficient, so transcendent, so other…that He’s unapproachable and unknowable to us? Have we made Him so lofty that we’ve forgotten that we’re in Him?

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