Michel de MontaigneIt is good to rub and polish our brain against that of others.

or as the Bible puts it: Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another. Pro 27:17

Let me take you on a journey of discovery, as “It is God’s privilege to conceal things and the king’s privilege to discover them.” Pro 25:2

Or as the Contemporary English version puts it: “God is praised for being mysterious; rulers are praised for explaining mysteries. “

And still, Jesus tells us that he is non-concealment. So let’s search, he will let us find.

Personally, I have gone on such a search for the last half a century. I have been on path, off path, and lately pioneering a path through uncharted territory. You can relive my journey to a degree, at least the last decade, as I grew from a traditional view of the Gospel into an integral multi-perspectival one.

I hope you enjoy the ride.

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Comprehend the Divine

Nobody has ever seen God. John 1:18 Augustine of Hippo (354-430) has something to say about God: Quid ergo dicamus, fratres, de Deo? Si enim quod vis dicere, si cepisti, non est Deus: si comprehendere potuisti, aliud pro Deo comprehendisti. Si quasi comprehendere potuisti, cogitatione tua te decepisti. Hoc ergo non est, si comprehendisti: si…

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Gathering together

Our gatherings are no longer a repetition of tradition but an essential fellowship where we remind one another of our true identity. Heb 10:25b MIR I have written about this verse in this translation before. This version of the bible, just like the Message Bible, makes evidently clear that translation is always tainted by the…

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My Children’s Worship

Everyone who realizes their association in him, convinced that he is their original life and that his name defines them, God gives the assurance that they are indeed his offspring, begotten of him; he sanctions the legitimacy of their sonship. John 1:12 You might know this verse in a more traditional translation and deduct from…

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God becoming

But because I, ADONAI, do not change, you sons of Ya’akov will not be destroyed. Malachi 3:6 The word used to express the idea of not changing is sanah, which can mean to change, but often is used to say especially to change one’s attitude or character. We can argue both ways about which connotation…

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