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Category: theology

A Dangerous Life

This post will wrap up my series on exile, using Walter Brueggemann’s book Cadences of Home as our frame of reference. Though each post functions on its own, be sure to check out PART ONE, PART TWO, and PART THREE. In previous posts, we’ve established that life as a Christian believer in much of the Western World […]


Category: theology

Responding to Exile

This is the 3rd post in the short series on exile, using Walter Brueggemann’s Cadences of Exile to help initiate these thoughts. Be sure to check out parts ONE and TWO on this subject, because the three posts are deeply connected. As we’ve already discussed, there are many aspects of Old Testament exile that are true […]


Category: theology

The Discombobulation of Exile

Let’s continue working through our short blog series on what Old Testament exile might have to teach 21st century believers in the western world. We’re using Walter Bruggemann’s book Cadences of Exile as a jumping off point. Make sure to check out the first post in this series because each post will build on the […]


Category: theology

Church Talk

I’ve been working through Walter Brueggemann’s wonderful book Cadences of Home: Preaching Among Exiles. It’s a book comprised of various essays he wrote in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Though it is a book about the craft of preaching, it’s more a book on a theology of exile. Over the next few weeks I’m going to […]


Category: theology

Trevin Wax (Called Out Episode 019)

For many people the goal of life is finding their authentic voice, and then expressing it to the world. This could be described as the “you be you” attitude. In order to find happiness within ourselves we want to know who we are and then have the freedom to express it within inhibition. As self-expression continues […]


Category: theology

Drew Dyck (Called Out Episode 018)

In Paul’s list of the Fruit of the Spirit in Galatians 5 one fruit is clearly overlooked compared to the others: self-control. Though looking through the self-help section of the book store shows how in vogue focus on self-control is, godly self-control has little to do with the self-advancement of a self-help book or it wouldn’t be […]


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