Thomas Jay Oord teaches at Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, Idaho. He blogs at For the Love of Wisdom and the Wisdom of Love, part of the CCblogs network.
I’ve been working with my graduate theological students lately on issues pertaining to open theism. A few biblical passages have played key roles in the discussion.
The Pentecostal tradition offers one of, if not the, most
exciting conversation partners in the science-and-religion dialogue.
Pentecostalism brings several assets to the conversation table.
Jesus Christ is rightly regarded as the most important person for
helping us understand love. Especially at this time of year, it seems
wise to ponder the love of Jesus.
The Thanksgiving holiday is a terrific time to talk theology. But
some theologies make more sense when offering thanks to our loving Lord.
Whether the setting is private or public, secular or sacred,
hundreds of millions express gratitude. Often, even the day’s newscasts
are laden with words of Holy appreciation.
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