Jesus’ parables are full of details designed to make a moral theologian’s flesh crawl.
Trying to get itself right with God. To which the gospel comes and says: You don’t have to. He has got himself right with you. Just trust it.
Gods Law, in the hands of many Christians, is like a nuclear bomb in the hands of a teenager.
If all our obligations to the creator has been fulfilled in Christ, then what obligations are left for us to fulfill?
He knows your darkest secrets, and loves you anyway… no, that’s not powerful enough… he is madly crazy about you, even in your inability to love, and in your rebellion against him. A greater love doesn’t exist.
Right now DR (The Danish Broadcasting Corporation) runs a theme about loneliness across most of its channels (TV, radio & web). So I thought this would be a good time to point to David Zahls awesome talk from Liberate 2014. It’s one of the best expoundings of the whys of loneliness, I have heard so […]
Grace begets grace. Law begets resistance. | Nåde avler nåde. Lov avler modstand.
If you read just one article today, let it be this one. This is NOT one of Christianity’s finer moments. It is NOT! Seriously… an exorcism against the “demon of homosexuality”?? Where the heck in the Bible do you find that!? This has gone way to far! Vicky Beeching wrote this last night, when she […]
Christianity should feel like "My chains fell off" not "I better not screw up." — Justin Buzzard (@JustinBuzzard) August 14, 2012 A couple of days ago, it happened again… This time I ended up reading something on a danish Christian website, that irritated me so much, that I let it take away my joy, and […]