Monthly Archives: May 2010

Church Growth/Revitalization Movement

As the church continues to decline in North America, specifically in mainline denominations, a number of solutions have been proposed about how to solve this problem. There are those who see the need to cut ties with the┬áchurch as we … Continue reading

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Hermeneutical Starting Point

This past semester, I took a class where we looked at biblical interpretations from minority cultures (i.e., non-white, Euro-American perspectives). A very interesting class to say the least. But in it, we studied in-depth the process of hermeneutics. One thing … Continue reading

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Summer Goals 2010

So apparently it has been a long while since I last wrote. It doesn’t seem like it’s been all that long but time flies when you’re having fun in seminary. I thought I would kick off the summer by sharing … Continue reading

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