Take That, the Trinity & You

Just to clarify: it is (allegedly) no longer embarrassing for a man to say he has listened to Take That. They have long left the stomach-churning genre of boy band and moved up the ladder of pop music into somewhere (a little) more respectable.

Have you ever tried to wrap your mind around the doctrine of the Trinity? Good luck. What is the importance of the Trinity? Why is this head melting, brain stretching, theological doctrine necessary to understand or comprehend? It’s agreeably a head-scratcher. But if nobody can fully understand it, then why bother? What does it reveal about God other than confusion? A question, you might say, that could only be tackled and answered by one of the top theologians or Christian thinkers of our day. Well, you’d think so, but . . . Continue reading


If His grace is an ocean, we’re all sinking

“I sat down to have a dialogue with God and, really, He ended up having a dialogue with me.” – John Mark McMillan

Driving along the other day on my way to nowhere important, I was listening to The David Crowder Band, their album Church Music in particular. I think this is a fantastic album, full of songs that I can connect with God to, that also are pleasing to the ears. One song in particular is one I cherish very much: How He Loves.

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Inner, Inner Peace

STOP! The following is a look at some of the major themes found in Dreamworks’ Kung Fu Panda 2.

First, go and see Kung Fu Panda 2 then come back and read this (it’ll probably make more sense). In fact, have you even seen Kung Fu Panda (1)? Go watch it first, then go to the cinema to see Kung Fu Panda 2, then come back here and read this post on the themes of Kung Fu Panda 2. And by that stage there might even be a new post to read as well (not on Kung Fu Panda 2 necessarily, but I’m sure you’ll enjoy it all the same). Continue reading