This is post 6 of 6 in the series “The Remnant” Part 1, The Song of the Remnant, ended like this: “The health, welfare and flourishing of a people is dependent on the nation having a solid foundation. Saul and his government were unrighteous. The foundations of a lawful and just
This is post 3 of 10 in the series “Romans 1” Answer: God’s invisible, moral character is revealed in His creation. Question: How can the invisible be visible? That’s where we ended last Thursday’s post. Since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities … have been clearly seen, Romans 1:19–20.
Dome of the Florence Cathedral by Brunelleschi (1438) who transformed the role and status of the architect. Photo by Bruce Stokes on Flickr In part 1 we wrote about architect Christopher Alexander who said that his half century as an architect and student of creation has persuaded him not only of God’s existence
The Christmas season–the celebration of Christ’s birth–gives us opportunity to think about human pregnancy and how it pictures something truly magnificent about God. For example, God gave birth to the nation of Israel. The Song of Moses is the composition that marks the celebration of God’s deliverance of his people from the darkness