United By Grace: A Movement of “We” and not “I”

Some months ago, I made a passing comment on Facebook that has sparked an ongoing conversation. Before friends and colleagues, I proposed that we stop thinking of ourselves as an Independent Sacramental Movement and instead think of ourselves as a United Sacramental Movement.  Not surprisingly, we all did not rush out to immediately change our […]

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The smallness of a soul is the greatness of a living God

When we speak of smallness, it is inevitable to think of the insignificant and perhaps disqualifying to our way of understanding, to believe that smallness is only to be less or to be only last. But we do not really realize what smallness and more than one soul really consists of … We have moved […]

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La pequeñez de un alma es la grandeza de un Dios vivo

Cuando hablamos de la pequeñez, es inevitable pensar en lo insignificante y quizá descalificativo a nuestro modo de entender, creer que la pequeñez solamente es ser menos o ser solamente ultimo. Pero no caemos en la cuenta en realidad sobre lo que consiste realmente la pequeñez y más de un alma… Nos hemos movido a […]

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Unitarianism and the Doctrine of the Trinity

Several years ago, I was contacted by a man who felt called to the priesthood. In the initial conversation I had with him I tried to understand how much Christian theology he knew and comprehended. I asked him to describe the doctrine of the Trinity and his response was, “I don’t believe in the Trinity, […]

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