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An Orbital Perspective of the Church

If you're into physics at all, or if you have learned a bit about our solar system, you may have run into two terms: centrifugal and centripetal. These are antonyms, with centrifugal meaning "moving away from the center" and centripetal "toward the center." You may also relate these terms to what you learned in biology …

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God alone is King, Lord of Hosts, not we.

Be Still and Know the Lord of Hosts

One of the most iconic pieces of consolation in the Old Testament is Psalm 46. Be still, and know that I am God. (v. 10a, NKJV) This verse usually enters a mind, heart, or conversation in the midst of an emotional maelstrom. If you are frightened, vexed, anxious, sad, etc., you are called to be …

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Trinity in Genesis in plural

Does God Have Company in Genesis?

The word "Trinity," most laypersons know, is not explicitly written in Scripture: it is not written in Hebrew, Aramaic, or Greek; rather, it was a descriptive theological term neologized by the Church to best convey that perplexing connection between the three persons of God--as Scripture leads us to conclude. It is for this reason, then, that …

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