Prelude to Advent 2011

When the heavens start singing, we’d better pay attention… Christ’s birth was a slow burn across the ancient horizons. For 400 years, since the prophet Malachi anticipated the rise of his healing wings across the sky (Mal 4:2), the deep silence of space had been empty of all signs of a redemptive melody. The Magi... Continue Reading →

Songwriting and Theology Week 2 Paradoxes

In week two we discussed how poetry has the ability to transcend the paradoxes of theology in a way that prose often fails too.  "Saying that someone, Jesus Christ, is both fully God and fully human, is something that rests uneasily within the bounds of ordinary theological prose but flies naturally when expressed in the expansive... Continue Reading →

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