Monthly Archives: June 2014

On Pinkster and Pentecost

by Jim Bratt. On Pentecost Sunday we are always reminded of the ethnic and geographical diversity of that day when the Holy Spirit was poured out to begin the church. But this year I was struck as well by the … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson’s Bible

by Bob Schoone-Jongen. Did you know that Thomas Jefferson, in his spare time, tried to produce an accurate biography of Jesus by literally taking a razor to the four gospels? In fact, he did it twice, once while serving as … Continue reading

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On the Integration of Faith and History: Introduction

by Dan Miller. History is the way people situate themselves in time and place and community.[1] Hence, to ask what history means for me as a Christian, is to ask: how do I situate myself in time and place and … Continue reading

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