Monthly Archives: June 2014

Aeneas: Roman Portrait of a Father

To a Roman man, the exemplum of fatherhood was Aeneas.  One image in particular summed up the expectation and burden Roman men felt.  The image of Aeneas fleeing the burning city of Troy on his way to Italy gets repeated throughout … Continue reading

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The Last Days Are the Spirit’s Phase

The anticipation was palpable. There was an  electricity among the crowd that you could feel, a buzz you could almost hear. Everyone knew that they were in for a new and exciting phase– one that would bring about excitement, joy, and … Continue reading

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How Jesus Defined Marriage

I am a follower of Jesus.  I think you should be one too and would love to talk with you about it, but if you don’t want to talk about it, I still hope we can maintain our friendship. I … Continue reading

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