Monthly Archives: January 2007

My Experiences with Simple Church

Several have prodded me to write about my positive experiences with simple church, rather than focus on criticisms of conventional church models. This is entirely fair, and I hope to do some of that here. To begin with, I must … Continue reading

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Some General Blog Updates

Nothing of substance here, but wanted to alert you to some new things around here at Theological Musings, if you’re interested. First of all, you may have noticed that I changed the banner picture at the top of the blog. … Continue reading

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I’m Trying. I Really Am!

In May, 2006, I wrote a post called “The Danger of Arrogance“. It was a reminder to myself that passionate feelings about something can sometimes lead to arrogance. In that post, referring to the way I had spoken with someone … Continue reading

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Some Additional Thoughts on 1 Peter 5:1-3

It’s very rare for me to post twice in one day (and by the time I finished editing and publishing this, it was a couple of minutes after midnight anyway!), but 1 Peter 5:1-3 is something that I have continued … Continue reading

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Q and A about Simple Church (part 2)

In part 1, I dealt with the first of three questions from Gordon Cloud regarding some differences in the simpler approach to church “structure”, vis-à-vis more traditional, conventional models of church administration. In this post, I would like to move … Continue reading

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