Dear Herb: You are in my thoughts and prayers, as Lillian has joined the great cloud of witnesses. Peace, Lee Barrett On Fri, Jun 16, 2017 at 8:40 AM, Herb wrote: > To my Email list: Dear Friends, I wanted to let you know that Lillian > died on Tuesday, June 13. She
A big thank you for the many kind and gracious notes remembering Lillian. Lillian was a wonderful wife and partner in life for some 63 years. I will miss her. A large congregation gathered yesterday to witness to the resurrection and give thanks for her life. We have been blessed with good
Dear Dear Herb: I feel sorrow. You love is a beautiful testimony of Jesus love and mysteries of joy. Life in Christ to U all at this time. Roger Sent from my iPhone On Jun 16, 2017, at 4:25 PM, confessi...@googlegroups.com wrote: email@example.com Google Groups Today's topic
Dear Herb, I am so sorry to hear this. May she rest in the arms of our Lord until you meet again. I also pray that you and your family may find strength and comfort in the promise of our resurrected Lord thoughtout the days ahead. Grace and Peace to you, Wanda On Fri, Jun 16, 2017 at 8:40
Andy- Thanks for forwarding this. I seem to be off the Confessing Christ now, as I seldom hear anything. For a while I was just thankful not to be hearing political intrusions into our joyful theological conversations, but I do miss the conversations. Herb and his family will be in my prayers
Many of you will have received this email from Herb concerning Lillian's passing. For those who haven't, here it is. Andy On Friday, June 16, 2017 8:47 AM, Herb wrote: To my Email list: Dear Friends, I wanted to let you know that Lillian died on Tuesday, June 13.
To my Email list: Dear Friends, I wanted to let you know that Lillian died on Tuesday, June 13. She was worn out. Her death was expected since she has been under Hospice care for some months but we were surprised that she died very suddenly. She died at home. The Christian community will
Hello, Who is managing our Google Group these days? I submitted a change of email address quite some time ago and it hasn’t been processed. Is there someone who can check into this? Many thanks. Jane Ellingwood
Dear friends, Skye Fackre Gibson is sharing the news that on July 31, Dot and Gabe will be moving from Cape Cod to Oregon to live with family. As you know, Dot has been living for several years with Parkinson's Disease. For many of us attending the Craigville Colloquy this year, this may be our
Greetings Herb, in fact, I did receive your message in my email. Happy days are here again! You raise an important point in inferring that my hermeneutical reliance on 2 Corinthians 5:19 (God was in Christ reconciling the world to himself) is more or less synonymous with Wright's depiction of
Dear George, How is your suggestion that we start at 2 Cor 5 and go back different than what Wright has done? I thought that he was taking Second Temple Judaism as the pre history to Jesus’s death and resurrection to understand the incarnation, so that the incarnation was not rooted in the
Thank you Bill, Many years ago, in response to a pastor who insisted that Christ died for our sins, i said to him, "Do you know why Christ died, he was executed." From a faith-based perspective, both are true and need to be accounted for. Wright has dome yeoman service in fleshing out some of
Dear Bill, I am working thru Rutledge’s Crucifixion and working thru is a good word. Thanks for your notes on Thurs. Sorry we didn’t follow them more closely. I am probably the problem. Herb From: WILLIAM RADER Sent: Saturday, March 11, 2017 12:26 PM To: confessi...@googlegroups.com
George and All, First, congratulations, George, on the publication of your book The Historical Jesus and the Christ of Faith. And now thank you for calling our attention to the book by Wright on the atonement. I've been working my way through it, mostly agreeing with his conclusions. I'm
Colleagues, after I posted that lengthy message, I also noticed the following passage from Wax's article on Wright, which provides a very apt summary of his position: Perhaps the best understanding of Wright’s view of the atonement is found in his contribution to the New Dictionary of Theology.