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The Theology of Calvin . . . and Hobbes (Education)

 
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The Theology of Calvin . . . and Hobbes (Big People Picture)

 
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The Theology of Calvin . . . and Hobbes (Education)

 
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The Theology of Calvin . . . and Hobbes (Education)

 
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The Theology of Calvin . . . and Hobbes (Loopholes)

 
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The Theology of Calvin . . . and Hobbes (Education?)

 
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Posted by on December 28, 2020 in Calvin & Hobbes

 

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The Theology of Calvin . . . and Hobbes (The Right to Remain Ignorant)

“Being educated against my will!” Most of us don’t know what we need to know. And, for believers, ignorance is NOT bliss — or blessed! As a challenge, read through I John (all five chapters) and notice how often he emphasizes the word “know.” Quite an enlightening exercise!

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Posted by on November 2, 2020 in Calvin & Hobbes

 

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The Theology of Calvin . . . and Hobbes (Appreciating the Moment)

We should appreciate our moments. But responsibly! When we “live in the moment,” we relish the good gifts God has given us. And that includes getting educated!

 
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Posted by on September 12, 2020 in Calvin & Hobbes

 

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The Theology of Calvin . . . and Hobbes (Education)

Having been an educator for several decades, I know both the joys and pains of teaching. My seminary and Bible college students wanted to know the SO WHAT? aspect of the topic under discussion, whatever it was. There’s a kind of incipient narcissism in that approach, but they helped me ask, “How is this particular doctrine going to change my life — if I let it?” All in all, I loved my career.

 
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Posted by on September 3, 2020 in Calvin & Hobbes

 

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