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I baptize you in the name of …

Every Jew knew, as Jesus knew, that the fulfillment of God the Father’s plan, the one that would put an end to the back and forth history of faith, apostasy, punishment, metanoia by the people of Israel, and reestablishment in God’s favor, was the coming of the Messiah, the bringer of forgiveness and adoption.

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My Theology

“This common essence in three persons is a dance of relationship in which abundant, astounding creativity spins out at every turn, unlimited, unbounded, and yet welcoming in every way to us little finite beings.”

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Monday after Trinity Sunday

“Jesus prays not that the Father take us from the world before our time, but acknowledges that we don’t completely fit in the world once we have known him, and have touched Love and Immortality.”

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The Trinity is the Heresy

“The doctrine of The Trinity arose out of a need to say what was true and what was not true about Jesus, who he was, what kind of being he was.”

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Danger, Danger Will Robinson

Trinity Sunday is the most dangerous Sunday of the year! How can a day be dangerous? Well, maybe it’s not the day itself. But, danger lurks there on the edges…

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Speaking to the Soul: Trinity

We are invited to join the dance of unity and inter-relationality that is the nature of being. In these deeply challenging political times, we can be especially mindful to resist forces of hate and scapegoating.

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3 in 1

Daily Office readings for Trinity Sunday, May 26, 2013: AM Psalm 146, 147; PM Psalm 111, 112, 113 Ecclus. 43: 1-12(27-33); Eph. 4:1-16 ; John

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Help for Trinity Sunday…

…or perhaps not. On Twitter @LutheranSatire , The Lutheran Satire, created by Rev. Hans Fiene, is a project intended to teach the orthodox Christian faith

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