Tag Archives: Jesus

The Humanity of God

God’s divinity rightly understood includes his humanity. Where do we learn this? How is this statement justified and what indeed demands it? It is a Christological statement, or rather a statement based on and to be developed out of Christology. … Continue reading

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What’s the value of the Old Testament?

I’ve been wondering recently about the importance of the Old Testament. I think it’s become quite popular to harp on about how all of Scripture speaks of Jesus, and so we should teach and preach the whole Bible. I don’t … Continue reading

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On Depression

The 18th – 24th April has been named Depression Awareness Week. I’ve read a few articles that have made me think – one of which was ‘What does depression feel like? Trust me – you really don’t want to know’ … Continue reading

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Luke 5:1-11

From Matthew Henry’s Commentary on Luke 5:1-11 Note, Even the best men are sinful men, and should be ready upon all occasions to own it, and especially to own it to Jesus Christ; for to whom else, but to him … Continue reading

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Good News of Great Joy (a bit late!)

I’ve been meaning to share this since the beginning of December, but time has just run away with me… But in case, like me, you’ve been rushing through this advent season, promising yourself time to stop and reflect once Christmas … Continue reading

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New Job, New Challenges!

I’m a couple of weeks into my new job, and learning a lot. I’m inspired by my colleagues’ passion for their work – and quite humbled by it, really. I’ve thought wrongly about work for most of my life, and … Continue reading

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Transitions… People

Being a CU Staff Worker brings you across the path of an extraordinary number of extraordinary people. There’s the obvious crowd- the students, changing and re-grouping year in, year out, and yet who never fail to surprise me with their … Continue reading

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to·ti·po·tent

adjective \tō-ˈti-pə-tənt, ˌtō-tə-ˈpō-tənt\ The Merriam-Webster Online dictionary defines ‘totipotent’ as… : capable of developing into a complete organism or differentiating into any of its cells or tissues <totipotent stem cells> Latin totus whole, entire + English -i- + potent being … Continue reading

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Christ is Enough

At church this morning we sang a song together called ‘Christ is Enough’. It’s one I’d come across at Forum this summer, and I really like it! So I’m sharing it here in the hope that it’ll be a blessing … Continue reading

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Words

I’ve been learning a bit about words, and how they’re used, and why they’re used over the past few months. I was going to try and write something about it, but I’ve found that I can do no better than … Continue reading

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