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How does a pastor keep learning theology throughout their ministry?

I’m taking a sabbatical from ordained ministry at present, which is providing space for study and writing of the kind most of us find tricky in the usual press of weekly pastoral and preaching work. 498 more words


The gentle apologetic

There is no way to contain my joy in getting to read more words from Dallas Willard. I am so thankful his daughter is putting together his notes and lectures. 124 more words

Dallas Willard

Why do Catholics believe in purgatory?

“Love the Lord with all your heart, and with all your soul

and with all your MIND”–Matt 22:37

Question:   Why do Catholics believe in purgatory?  Where is it in the Bible?  568 more words


Online Resources for Catholic Truths

—–1) Catholic.com is a great website to ask questions and discover answers. You can even call into Catholic Answers Live and ask professional and faithful apologists your toughest questions about God, His Church, His Book, the Catholic Faith, etc. 394 more words


Bible verse of the day #8

This is an interesting one; Ecclesiastes 1:9-10

“What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done; there is nothing new under the sun.  159 more words


The Allure of Gentleness

I received Dallas Willard’s latest book today. It is so refreshing to know his work can continue. This one is on apologetics and approaching it with gentleness instead of a combative attitude. 48 more words

Dallas Willard

Your Best Shot

Well, after a rather lively, lengthy, but ultimately empty exchange, our recent Anglican Priest visitor has apparently surrendered. Well, he ran away, waving a white flag, proclaiming victory for himself and reveling in my impending damnation. 485 more words