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Oct 02, 2007


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Dana Ames

Excellent. Talking with our assoc. pastor yesterday, he reminded me that when we start with what we observe about humanity and try to extrapolate from that something about God, we get in trouble. When we start with what's real about God, then we can have a more fitting view of humans. So refreshing to have scripture quoted not as an "arsenal" with which to bombard the side one doesn't agree with, but rather to investigate what's real about God, and go from there.

Good, good work, Michael.


Michael W. Kruse

Thanks Dana!

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