ThoughtPaths with Ken Wilson is a combination Resource and Blog site, a permanent work in progress. Discussion centers on Reformed Theology, Christian Life and Church Life, but spans Juggling, shooting, IT, Work, soon 30/40s sing dancing and more. An excerpt from the latest articles in several topic threads is listed below (in the form Topic Title: Article Title: Excerpt). Topic areas are listed by most recent activity, with the most current first. Select an article to read it, along with any associated comments. Select the Topic Title in its sidebar menu to read all articles and comments for that thread.
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Now to set the Blog mood in the best way I can think of…
- A good friend, who follows my blogging drivel, dropped me an email one day that got me to thinking (yes, I know that is a shocking revelation). He commented that a certain situation that he was aware of was, in his words, “figuring in your rants”. He was correct, but what it made me think […]Read More »
- Assuming that you are are believer, then you are living in the Beloved – marked by God before creation, saved through Christ, changed, inhabited and directed by the Spirit, and His into eternity no matter what. More significantly for today’s post, you are in all of this with a lot of brothers and sisters in […]Read More »
- It is amazing how some people can’t take a hint graciously, no matter how clearly and politely it is delivered. I held a post on a volunteer (let’s say that again loudly, VOLUNTEER) board of directors for a few years, quite some time ago. It lead to an interesting observation that I think has wider […]Read More »
- So, you maybe know a usable amount, or a lot, of NT Greek. You did the basic grammar courses, added a syntax and exegesis course, and maybe a related preaching or teaching course. Lots of sweat and a little inspiration. And voila, usable Koine Greek (hopefully). We all agree that this is invaluable if not […]Read More »
- A nice Lindy Hop clip from a few years ago. Read More »