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The Unexpected Voice of God: Recognizing the Many Ways God Speaks to Us

In Holy Spirit, Theology, Uncategorized by Stephanie ChristiansonLeave a Comment

4 Minute Read A few weeks ago, I introduced you to my colleague Dr. Andrew Gabriel by reviewing his new book Simply Spirit-Filled. To give you a better taste of the book, enjoy this excerpt from Simply Spirit-Filled below. A couple of days after we buried our stillborn baby, God spoke to my wife. It …

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Protestants Don’t Know What to Do with Mary

In Theology by Kurt WillemsLeave a Comment

6 Minute Read Mary. There’s something about her, so they say. Protestants haven’t known what to do with her. I’ve seen two basic trends. 1) Protestants who ignore Mary’s subversive joy. 2) Protestants who run from Mary’s miracle. Both of these trends are troubling. Many “traditionalists” ignore Mary (for the most part) because of …

10 Years Ago, I Embraced Nonviolence & Anabaptism

In Kingdom of God, Nationalism, Nonviolence, Theology by Kurt WillemsLeave a Comment

4 Minute Read In the past month or so, I’ve been interviewed on two different podcasts. ​​Bros, Bible’s, & Beer: This was fun. Three great guys who talk about faith from three different angles. One is closer to where I’d be at when it comes to theology. Another is more in the conservative-evangelical …