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When Everyone’s Biblical and We All Disagree

This past Sunday, as part of our “Welcoming One Another” series, I preached on Romans 14-15, looking at Paul’s response to the fragile Christian community in Rome in danger of fracturing along a Jew-Gentile fault line. I think we miss … Continue reading

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Thoughts in My Head: On Bonfires, Love, and Jesus

This Sunday we’re continuing our worship series on “Welcoming One Another.” A crucial part of this “welcoming”—this “accepting” each other, this “receiving” one another—is coming to terms with our differences, even celebrating them. In fact, that’s the key idea in … Continue reading

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“Welcoming One Another”

“Welcome one another, just as Christ welcomed you” (Romans 15:7). The words are from Paul’s letter to Christians in Rome in the middle of the first century. They were in the most cosmopolitan city on the planet, where you could … Continue reading

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