In a previous blog, I compared life under quarantine to a pressure cooker. My Instant Pot creates a high–pressure environment that allows food to cook much faster! Likewise, I find that life under quarantine is putting pressure on the family, and on me, so that I’ve been getting angrier much faster than I usually would.
This weekend I read a biography of George Fox by Arthur O. Roberts, Through Flaming Sword: The Life and Legacy of George Fox. The book is an excellent read. You may know that Fox was one of the founders of the Quaker movement. Interestingly, about one hundred years before John Wesley came preaching the doctrine
Dear Shawn, I read with interest your article on “No More Scarlet Letters.” My question is why authors like you refuse to address, and why churches are slow to forgive, restore, and embrace sex offenders? [He gives examples of churches excluding sex offenders.] Dear Reader, Thank you for your letter. I think grace can,
“For if you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.” A friend pointed me to the October 2, 2018, broadcast of Pathway to Victory by Robert Jeffress. My friend heard him say that most religions