Category Archives: What Is Man?

Being the Image of God

Each of us is a reflection of God.  Isn’t that stunning, when you really think about it?   How far I feel from the dignity and honor of simply, in myself, reflecting Him! But of course, no one reflects Him completely.  … Continue reading

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Puzzle Pieces

It is to me a marvel, the way seemingly disparate sources give us puzzle pieces that fit together into a unified whole.  I seem to be developing a whole cosmology (or is the Spirit teaching me?) out of bits of … Continue reading

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Thinking about earthquakes.  The devastation in Haiti  and the suffering that is going on there make it hard to countenance my concerns with the petty issues of my own life right now.  What should be my response?  What can be … Continue reading

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Here’s the Marvel

“Here’s the marvel: that the self-contained And all-sufficient triple Unity Which for untold eternities had reigned Complete in its own pure simplicity Should will unnecessary worlds to be. And yet his mind was steel, his purpose flint: He struck off … Continue reading

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