Resurrected Living
"What are you going to do with your new resurrected life? This is the heroic question." Richard Rohr

Posts Tagged ‘Bob Dylan

Preaching From the Poets

January 28, 2014

It is interesting to compare the sermons and speeches that are found within the book of Acts. Throughout the book the apostles and others speak to two different groups of people. Sometimes a sermon will be delivered in front of a Jewish audience, but other times the audience is comprised of Gentiles. The Christians who […]

I’m Pressing On

January 2, 2014

One of my favorite books in the New Testament is Philippians and one of my favorite passages from that book is found in chapter 3. Paul writes, Not that I have already obtained this or have already reached the goal; but I press on to make it my own, because Christ Jesus has made me […]

A Prayer by Bob Dylan

September 23, 2013

For his age, he’s wise He’s got his mother’s eyes There’s gladness in his heart He’s young and he’s wild My only prayer is, if I can’t be there Lord, protect my child As his youth now unfolds He is centuries old Just to see him at play makes me smile No matter what happens […]

Musings

September 2, 2013

To Beard or Not to Beard The good folks over at Christianity Today have put together an interesting and often funny timeline on Christian beliefs concerning facial hair. It is amazing, and sometimes sad, that this is all true. It is hard to believe that throughout the years of Christian history church has sometimes taken […]

Musings

August 2, 2013

After taking the month of July off from Musings it is now back. Here is your weekly dose of links and other things I have found interesting this week. Hauerwas on War and Politics Stanley Hauerwas, one of America’s greatest theologians, is never dull. Some may view his statements as controversial, but Hauerwas is always […]

Musings

June 27, 2013

What We Can Learn From Atheists This article has floated around the internet for a couple of weeks, but it is a great read. The author interviewed young atheists about their experience with church and the results are fascinating. The author writes, Some had gone to church hoping to find answers to these questions. Others […]

Musings

April 20, 2013

The Gift of Life Ann Voskamp offers a moving post on Gosnell, Steubenville, and the gift of life. This is a must read. Check out What Gosnell and the Gospel Mean to the Brave When Fear Holds Us Back Fear can stunt the growth of a church and keep a Christian from becoming a mature […]

Musings

April 12, 2013

Are We Practicing Convenient Christianity? In The Elephant in the Auditorium Paula Harrington encourages us to get off the pew and go live out our faith. She writes, Convenient Christianity is forfeiting our responsibility to our Savior by letting the paid preacher be the only proclaimer of God’s goodness in our community. Christ’s love calls […]