Tagged with Image

Imaging God

(There) is a God who…(chose) to make us in his image… In order to know what that image is, we have not to search our own ideas of infinity, eternity and divinity, but…(we must) know the original of that image in order then to know what it is…that is an authentic reflection of his. This … Continue reading

Glory-enhancer or glory-degrader?

I’ve got Dan Allender and Tremper Longman’s ‘Intimate Allies’ on one of the many reading piles at the moment. In the latest updates section on the status of books strewn across my house, you will be pleased to know that there are fewer.  Which means that I have read some of the backlog.  It also means that … Continue reading

What do you see when you look at me?

In their book ‘Untamed’, Hirsch and Hirsch (great husband and wife team!) describe two contrasting perspectives to which Christians might, in their missional practice, subscribe.  Now, we are not talking about what those Christians might say is true theologically but what their practices betray about their beliefs. The two sets of assumptions are that: everyone is … Continue reading