What’s Next?

(Thought I’d give you a few updates) The Tea Shop   If any of you read my last book, Apparent Faith:  What Fatherhood Taught Me About the Father’s Heart, you might have read the chapter called “The Tea Shop.”   It’s about a chance encounter with a Buddhist man in Taiwan when we went to buy a tea pot. …Read more »

Asking Questions

For over 20 years, I held my theology close to my chest.  There were some things that were considered “essentials.”  I often recited what is usually attributed to Augustine, “In essentials, unity; in nonessentials, liberty; in all things, charity.”  Essentials are considered by many groups as the things that are written in stone—we don’t change…Read more »