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#1 by simon carter on September 21st, 2011
Just listened to Paul discussing Hebrews 3, wow, he does it every time, brings you down to earth with a rather large bump,!. Between him and the scriptures anyway. Hardening of hearts, not listening, not seeing not reading, think I must be suffering from all of the above. God bless you all,
#2 by Howard Nowlan on January 6th, 2012
After listening to Paul’s excellent opening talk on Creation, the following quote seems most apt:
“Scientific positivists, pencil and paper in hand, peer through shatterproof, UV-protected glasses at a world of animals, vegetables, and minerals. But genuine scientists—true seekers of knowledge—are not afraid to let the sunlight dazzle them, not afraid to seek and imagine what our myopic reason calls absurd.
Impossible, irrational, delusionary, absurd, untrustworthy, fictitious, imaginary: It is always easier to approach—or rather, ignore—mysteries of math by dismissing them as false or unintelligible. And how much more for mysteries of faith. So is God like an imaginary number, waiting to be discovered and accepted in a renaissance of faith? The simile is ridiculous, on its face. But, in a curious way, the ramblings of scientific history remind those who strive for reason just how vast reality is. The realization is at once unsettling and exhilarating: Truth is far richer than our minds—always confined by the here and now—can prove or even imagine”.
Amanda Shaw – First Things Journal.
#3 by Jeremy on June 24th, 2012
this is the quote from Bill Hybels:
“There is nothing like the local church when it’s working right. Its beauty is indescribable. Its power is breathtaking. Its potential is unlimited. It comforts the grieving and heals the broken in the context of community. It builds bridges to seekers and offers truth to the confused. It provides resources for those in need and opens its arms to the forgotten, the downtrodden, the disillusioned. It breaks the chains of addictions, frees the oppressed, and offers belonging to the marginalized of this world.”
#4 by Mark on April 8th, 2013
I would like to send warm greetings to brother Arnott after many years. The man is always in my heart. Terrific memories of theology classes……
Brother Mark of the scissors……
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