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Jun 08, 2005


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Michael Kruse

Rodger Sellers said...
Interesting (and I think, spot on) comments Mike. I just spent some time last night at our Bible Journey group talking about how I'd rather us spend time "having the Bible live / study / imbrue us / surround us with its mystery and ambiguity" than trying to keep enthusiam and energy up for "study." Could have used this post as a perfect example of what I was trying to explain!


June 08, 2005 8:59 PM

Michael Kruse

Michael W. Kruse said...
Being an intuitive thinker, ever trying to find coherence, I find it difficult to just come to Scripture and let God be God. I practice Lectio Divina some, and this helps, but I desire more. I recently bought “Shaped by the Word: The Power of Scripture in Spiritual Formation,” by Robert Mulholland, Jr. He is a fellow intuitive thinker and I have really appreciated another book I read of his. I am hoping he can take me farther down the path.

Wonder if any one else reading this has thoughts on how to get beyond the purely analytical?

June 08, 2005 11:23 PM

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