Dear Mr. Eliot

Reading through Eliot’s poetry, I’m trying to decide how much to look for meaning in his poetry, and how much just to appreciate the beauty of words and sounds, knowing there’s no meaning to be had. Some of his stuff definitely carries meaning in it, but some of it seems random. I love T.S. Eliot, but I’m not a big fan of this idea of separating sounds from their meaning. So, I wrote a poem about it in the closest appropriation I can come of about his style. Continue reading “Dear Mr. Eliot”

Summer Chapels: “Follow Me”

Mark 10:17-31
Follow Me Pt. 1
August 8, 2016
Miracle Mountain Ranch

Mark 10:32-45
Follow Me Pt. 2
August 9, 2016
Miracle Mountain Ranch

Mark 10:46-52
Follow Me Pt. 3
August 10, 2016
Miracle Mountain Ranch

Clowney’s Triangle

I’ve written before about how the Old Testament is to be read in light of the New. The Bible isn’t just some book of random stories that can be taken out of context and smushed together in new formations like pieces of an Erector Set. Rather, it’s one story, and it’s parts relate to each other in the ways they were intended by God to do. The task for us is to discern how.

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