Vol 2:41 The Soul of God: Advent as the Incarnation of God’s Mercy

In this Advent season, many wonder why God became a human being to dwell among us. The simple answer is that God loves us and is merciful to us. What does this mercy entail? Ray Anderson’s theological memoir, The Soul of God, has an insight. When humanity abandoned God to try to do life on their own, we were like teenagers who know their parents know nothing. But we did not do well on our...
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Vol 2: 39 The Soul of God: Being in Christ and Christ Being in Us

God’s mission connects us with God through Jesus Christ. This insight is expressed in Ray Anderson’s theological memoir, The Soul of God. In the fifth chapter of The Soul of God, Ray Anderson relates that “to know God is to be reconciled to God, and in being reconciled to God we come to know God” (p. 71). He expands on this, lest we think that the act of reconciliation is something we...
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Vol 2: 37 The Soul of God: A Missional Credo – Living as Jesus

As I further explore insights from Ray Anderson’s theological memoir, The Soul of God, I continue to be deeply influenced in being shaped in living missionally. In the second chapter of The Soul of God, Ray Anderson shares regarding the humanity of Jesus as to what it meant that he was sent – as a way of shaping how we are sent. I share his statement here without comment – it is for me a...
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