Redeeming Suffering – Pastoral Backstory – September 29th, 2016
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Redeeming Suffering – Pastoral Backstory – September 29th, 2016

  September 29th, 2016 Born in Dallas, he moved to California in the late 1940s when his father became the dean of Talbot School of Theology in Los Angeles. He studied English at UCLA, then systematic theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Illinois (where he later became a professor). In time he earned his Ph.D from the University of Chicago. For his masters thesis in seminary, he chose for his focus the book of...

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Sept. 25, 2016 Rev. Patrick Lafferty “Reimagining the End of the Sermon” Matthew 7:24-29
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Sept. 25, 2016 Rev. Patrick Lafferty “Reimagining the End of the Sermon” Matthew 7:24-29

Sept. 25, 2016 Rev. Patrick Lafferty “Reimagining the End of the Sermon” Matthew...

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Structure of the heart – Pastoral Backstory – September 22nd, 2016
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Structure of the heart – Pastoral Backstory – September 22nd, 2016

  September 22nd, 2016 Architecture is the confluence of science and art. It adheres to inviolable laws of mass, scale, and load. But it also reflects the unique sensibilities of both the architect and the era in which he finds himself. As its own art-form, architecture is a therefore a window into the heart. A structure reveals what a world finds worthy of enshrining in form and material. Andrew Wilson (remember him?) recently...

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September 18, 2016 Rev. Patrick Lafferty “Reimagining Consilience” Matthew 7:15-23
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September 18, 2016 Rev. Patrick Lafferty “Reimagining Consilience” Matthew 7:15-23

September 18, 2016 Rev. Patrick Lafferty “Reimagining Consilience” Matthew...

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All things new – Pastoral Backstory – September 15th, 2016
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All things new – Pastoral Backstory – September 15th, 2016

  September 15th, 2016   They take it on faith that roses are in fact red, that skies shining might be blue, or that we all live in a yellow submarine. Those with color-blindness lack one or more types of the photoreceptor cells called “cones” which convey the various wavelengths of light corresponding to different hues. Color-blindness exists on a spectrum, some unable to distinguish red-green distinctions while...

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