Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Trinitarian Community, continued

If time had allowed last Sunday night, I would have mentioned the following thoughts:

  • Modern psychotherapy arose partly in response to the void in Christian community left by Protestant insistence on private confession. Therefore confession has moved from the church to the counselor's office. (Jung)

  • Trinity created beings (us) that could enjoy the depths of Father's kindness and reproduce among themselves the community that Trinity found so delightful. (Larry Crabb)
  • "Nothing matters more than releasing the energy of Christ as we speak with people we love, especially when those people are in midst of trouble." (Larry Crabb)

  • Much more on John 13-17.


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