Theodicy of Job


For all of the talk of forensic legality that has pervaded discussions about the nature of the Gospel, the evangelical world seems silent in regards to the forensics of the book of Job. Any questioning talk of Job is quickly silenced – because, as we have all heard, who are we, but men, to talk back to God? What if there’s more to Job than we’re willing to admit?

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Grace for Granted


Sometimes I fear people take my friendship for granted. Which is fine, I think we’d all rather others take us for granted rather than not have one at all to some extent. But I think the abuse of our friends’ graces speak to something bigger – our abuse of God’s graces.
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