1. David and Adam reflect on the parable of the invisible gardener, which John Wisdom (1904-1993) and Antony Flew (1923-2010) developed to illustrate epistemological and linguistic issues associated with theology.
  2. The Thinking Fellows discuss the doctrine of God.
  3. When we forget that we live by promise, that's when the danger tends to creep in. Because failing to embrace promise means we usually fall back into notions of luck, or even worse--into works.
  4. The celebration of Trinity Sunday–the only church festival specifically dedicated to a doctrine–reminds us of the necessity of confessing that the one God exists in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  5. The reason that God’s commandments are not burdensome is that Jesus has fulfilled them.
  6. The love mentioned in 1 John 4:15-21 fourteen times (!) is a love that needs no apology but is determined at all times to sacrifice for the other.
  7. Logos theology is a theology of presence without division. It is a way of unification, of which the incarnation is the greatest visible example.
  8. We can appreciate what we have received from God, we can receive it all as free gift, but only when we stop investing in fool's gold.
  9. To say that whoever loves has been born of God is also to say that those who are born of God are recipients of love. They do not have God because they love but because they are loved.
  10. The smallest amount of Holy Spirit-created faith defeats every antichrist belief we hold.
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