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harold sikkema

transformation

Not so long ago, people were displaced, families disrupted, battles fought, and arguments heated, over the question of whether the Lord's Supper involves any transformation of substance. John Calvin came down strongly on the 'no' side. In a word, what he...

Not so long ago, people were d...

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pretence

We are all profoundly pretentious when we act as if our story of the world is adequate, when in fact the Janus in us knows that it's just as broken as everyone else's....

We are all profoundly preten...

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Rainbow

With Oreo having triggered a lovely ruckus earlier this week, I note - tongue emphatically implanted in jowl - that colourful commitments should not really be foreign to fundies. We've all shared this flag for a long time now. For...

With Oreo having triggered a...

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Providence Reflection

There's a unique privilege that I enjoy, in renting a room next-door to a place of worship. In particular the steeple at Providence has often given me cause to reflect, on the majesty and grace of (church) community, as it...

There's a unique privilege t...

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Varney Speedway

Onomatopoeic stroke of adversity sprung from a brush loaded with layers and layers and seasons of painted brightness, numerous vehicular numerals, suddenly torn from their nestled velocities suddenly (tragically) set on a trajectory towards a terminus of jeering concrete! Varney Speedway's corner...

Onomatopoeic stroke of adve...

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sacred reason

Which form of reason do you consider sacred. Your own reason? Western reason? If pop culture and movies become your paradigm of interpretation, do issues of truth and reason magically fall away?  ...

Which form of reason do you co...

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