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Doubt, a Channel for Awakening?

Daniel Bush Uncategorized

This post was first published officially on the KeyLife blog: http://www.keylife.org/articles/doubt-a-channel-for-awakening-by-daniel-bush. My attention this week turned to a most intriguing topic: Doubt. How is doubt a channel, like neediness, for spiritual awakening? I want to introduce you to this paradoxical idea. Recently I was searching for something to watch and stumbled across Ken Burns’s documentary about the Roosevelts (Theodore and …

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The Alternate Universe: True Christian Spirituality

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This post was first published officially on the FaithLife blog: https://blog.faithlife.com/blog/2016/04/the-alternate-universe-true-christian-spirituality/. I don’t recall how the conversation turned to the topic of hair. My sister-in-law noticed I still had a full head of hair, which is nothing spectacular, except when compared to my brother, who is growing bald patches where he ought to be growing luscious locks. So, I strutted …

Galatians Gospel of Grace, sermon series NorthPointe Church, Florence, KY

Paul’s Passionate Defense of the Gospel in Galatians

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This post was first published officially on the Lexham Press blog: http://blog.lexhampress.com/blog/2016/1/28/pauls-passionate-defense-of-the-gospel-in-galatians. To journey into the book of Galatians is to venture into a hostile and confused mob, where outbursts of anger, jealousy, and bitterness are vented in a chaotic cacophony. One voice cuts through the bedlam—“Back to the gospel.” All stop to listen, but will all hear? That voice …

The Spirit of Sonship: A Father’s Day Meditation

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This post was first published officially on the Lexham Press blog: http://blog.lexhampress.com/blog/2015/6/18/the-spirit-of-sonship-a-meditation-for-fathers-day. When I was invited to write something on the fatherhood of God for Father’s Day, the honor and privilege blew me away. It made my chest puff like a frigate bird—I texted no less than a half-dozen friends. But just before that, quite the opposite emotion took flight, …