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Thursday
Sep262013

Editor's Box | Digest: Articles 173 through 182

April 5, 2013 through June 8, 2013. Catch up on any of the articles you've missed!


April 5, 2013
“Swedenborg and Swedenborgians - An Exploration of Influence and Response Part 2” by Stephen Muires.
Here in part two, Stephen looks at themes within Swedenborg's work and how these variously connect him to other seekers or set him apart. He clarifies what he thinks separates Swedenborg's Christianity from all other Christian denominations.

April 12, 2013
“Theistic Science” by Susan Sup.
Contrary to current opinion, Susan proposes that science can be founded on religious ideas without any internal conflict. She feels that the rigor of its processes would not be weakened by its religious origin, and that this approach alone presents an alternative to materialism.

April 19, 2013
“Meditate | The Essential Ingredient” by Chelsea Rose Odhner.
Meditate is a monthly column in which insights gained from meditating on the Word are shared. We welcome your insights, too, in the form of comments, or better yet, your own article. Contact us if you'd like to write a submission for this column.

April 26, 2013
“Secrets of the Chinese Language Part 1” by Todd Beiswenger.
Todd introduces the basic tenets of a book he just read that postulates that the story of Genesis is richly entwined with the early evolution of Chinese characters. Is this nonsense? Read it for yourselves..

May 3, 2013
“Secrets of the Chinese Language Part 2” by Todd Beiswenger
Looking into the connection between the Genesis story and the origin of Chinese characters, Todd has been reconsidering his less than literal reading of the Bible. He cites a number of factors that leave him asking if God said it that way because that is how it actually happened.

May 10, 2013
“Father and Son” by Joel Glenn.
Joel takes a quote from Apocalypse Revealed and uses it to bring together the image of the Old Testament God with that of Jesus. He writes of how easily the two have been pigeon holed into separate roles, while in truth they embody each other seamlessly.

May 17, 2013
“Thunder and Lightning” by Judah Synnestvedt.
Judah invokes images of thunder and lightening to vivify the Lord's power to enlighten our minds when dark clouds surround us. Spiritual storms are inevitable. Can we use them to our advantage?

May 24, 2013
“Meditate | Lost Sleep, Gained Hope” by Chelsea Rose Odhner.
Meditate is a monthly column in which insights gained from meditating on the Word are shared. We welcome your insights, too, in the form of comments, or better yet, your own article. Contact us if you'd like to write a submission for this column.

May 31, 2013
“Anger” by Wystan Simons.
Wystan uses a sermon of Chuck Blair's as a starting point to speak about the frustration and anger she holds around caring for their handicapped child. She writes about where she finds solace in the midst of life's uncontrollable events and her progress in moving through pain.

June 8, 2013
“I'm the Greatest Victim” by Tania Buss.
Tania exposes the private moments when she feels victimized and enjoys wallowing in self pity. She then explores avenues around that clever trap. What is stronger than the pull to feel small? Get busy reading this.