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Agur

We’re told nothing about the prophet Agur except the names of his father and a couple of his disciples. Everything else we read—in footnotes, commentaries and Bible dictionaries—is speculation. But we get a few more insights about him in the opening verses of Proverbs 30. God, I’m so weary and worn out, I feel more like a beast than a man. I was made in your image, but I lack understanding. I’ve yet to learn the wisdom that comes from the full and intimate knowledge of you, the Holy One.[1] Agur sounds pretty much like you and me. We’re perky when we’re first saved, relieved that the threat of hell is no longer on the table and amazed as we realize how much God loves us—even when we ignored, mocked, maybe even hated him. Over the years, though, we seem to drift into a rut now and again. The more we learn about him, the less we seem to know. And the nearer we get to him, the more distant we feel, because our desire for him is increasing. But [...]

By |September 15th, 2020|

Change your mind…change you!

Is your mind the same thing as your brain? Well, your brain is an organ; your mind isn’t. Which sounds crazy, but there you have it. To which neuroscientists reply, why are you relying on such a distinction? What else is behavior but the result of brain biology? Yet the fact that criminals are treated more harshly if their mind (motives, anger, antisocial feelings…) made them do it than if their brain (aberrant activity patterns, pathological circuitry…) did shows just how deeply average folks believe that mind and brain are distinct.[1] Circumstances, observations and arguments can change our mind, but none of them can change our brain, that “three-pound slab of tofu-textured tissue inside our skull.”[2] Our mind drives everything. We have a good mind to (or half a mind to, if we’re not at full strength) because we have a goal in mind, unless it’s at the back of our mind and we can no longer bear it in mind, which makes us bloody minded every time we think about it. So we change your mind, or maybe we [...]

By |September 15th, 2020|

Relationship or religion?

Following Christ should be deleted from the list of world religions, because it's not a religion. Following Jesus cannot be defined by the practice of sacraments. Anyone can practice them. Anyone can confess sins. Anyone can eat bread and drink wine or grape juice, listen to a sermon, fast, pray and study a Bible. And even witch doctors can perform miracles. None of that has anything to do with following Christ. Following Christ is a loving relationship between me and Jesus. Between you and Jesus. And between you and me in Jesus. It's not what we do. What we do is merely a manifestation of who we are. Following Christ is about who we know and grow to know and love more and more deeply and extensively. It's a living unity. It grows because it's alive, and growth is what living things do (all living things, of course, except the eyeball[1]). We don't eliminate sin from our life to become holy. We eliminate sin to enable us to get nearer to Jesus, because sin cannot even approach him. It's our [...]

By |September 1st, 2020|

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