Saturday, January 24, 2009


...if God is Life, does he authorize death?

...if God is Redemption, bringing order from chaos, does He use chaos to produce order?


Becca said...

John 1
14The Word became

a human being

and lived here with us.

We saw his true glory,

the glory of the only Son

of the Father.

From him all the kindness

and all the truth of God

have come down to us.

15John spoke about him and shouted, "This is the one I told you would come! He is greater than I am, because he was alive before I was born."

16Because of all that the Son is, we have been given one blessing after another. 17The Law was given by Moses, but Jesus Christ brought us undeserved kindness and truth. 18No one has ever seen God. The only Son, who is truly God and is closest to the Father, has shown us what God is like.

jfisher said...

...if God allows himself to be killed, has he made himself weak?

The questions that you ask tell a lot about you. In other words, it sounds like you’re experiencing a meltdown - a descent into postmodernism. There is nothing productive (modernistically speaking of course) in that post whatsoever. And so the fact that I’ve got a concern for you and your theological (non)foundations should concern you too. I must admit, however, the most telling thing about one's theology and personal journey is not what questions they do ask, but rather, what questions they DON'T ask. But since you have some background in conservative Mennodom, I will warn you not to start down that long and slippery slope of big words.