When there are no answers… living in mystery in the time of coronavirus

N T Wright brings such thoughtfulness to his writing and this piece is a must read in our time. We think that surely our faith brings answers to big questions like these. Wright’s contention is this: Christianity isn’t supposed to do that.

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Wrestling with who I am

I am so grateful for the walk I have with the Lord. Struggle as I might, his Spirit keeps leading. When I am walking in discipline it gives room for the Holy Spirit to direct. One of my regular disciplines is to read through the Daily Office Scriptures. In the new Anglican Book of Common Prayer, that is a big chunk every day.

What I have allowed myself to do is simply be on that journey and listen. There are times when the Spirit says, “Slow it down here. Camp here. I have something to talk over with you.”

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N T Wright on the Revolution of the Cross

This is well worth spending the hour listening. It begins around 5:00 with N T Wright and this is some of the most important teaching on the cross we’ve needed to understand in my lifetime. It is so fresh and makes sense. For those who have rejected Christianity because of a misreading of the Old Testament (and Wright would explain that), THIS is an important listen.