When we come to the Table with the eyes of faith, we experience the burning conviction that we live in a supernatural world.
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The ancient fathers taught that symbols participate in the reality they re-present.
The early church fathers did not see bread and wine as a mere human reminder of Jesus.
The mystery of faith embraces the reality of the incarnation and an incarnational presence in the bread and wine.
A study of contemporary worship songs demonstrates that the current view of worship is not situated in God’s supernatural story.
How should we approach the crisis of evangelical doubt, the failure to affirm the communication of Christ at Table worship?
Spirituality is Christ living his life in us and through us.
We are called to serve God as an epiphany of the self-giving service of Jesus.
What humans could not attain because they could not raise themselves to God, God attained by descending to humans.
The incarnation is the starting point for our spirituality.
Advent is a time when we ask, even plead with God not to leave us alone.
The spirituality of Advent calls us to start our journey in expectation of the second coming of Christ. . . . the triumph of God.
Advent is the time when God breaks in on us with new surprises and touches us with a renewing and restoring power.
Music-centered worship is an extremely limited understanding of God’s presence.
To read the Bible Christologically is to let it read us and the world.