Tag Archives: forgiveness

Miscellany 7/25/17

Put God in your debt Ritual makes us humane But at least we have those screens of various sizes Old books

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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Who’s obsessed? Forgive us our debts

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“I dont care what anyone else thinks.”

I found myself in a situation recently where I found myself thinking “I don’t care what anyone else thinks.” And then I thought “someone might consider that sentiment arrogant,” and I had to decide whether it was arrogant, because that’s … Continue reading

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Mere forgiveness or real change?

Father Stephen posted Wednesday one of his best blogs in weeks, by my lights. This one captured eloquently a big factor in my embrace of Orthodoxy: salvation as ontological change more than forensic transaction. There is no denying that grace … Continue reading

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