Tag Archives: Radical faith

Jesus Freaks, then and now

Tin soldiers and Nixon coming We’re finally on our own This summer I hear the drumming Four dead in Ohio – Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young (1970) Gonna find my baby, gonna hold her tight Gonna grab some afternoon delight … Continue reading

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The adventure of following Christ

There is no such thing as pragmatic Christianity. Christianity is true because it’s true, not because it works.

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Keeping it real

There’s something to be said for consistency. Consistency, but not stagnation. Consistency, but not status quo. Everything I said in yesterday’s Catch was, and to an extent is still true about me. That’s how I know all about the pitfalls … Continue reading

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Who sinned? Who cares?

“As he [Jesus] went along, he saw a man blind from birth. His disciples asked him, ‘Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?’ ‘Neither…’” said Jesus. (John 9:1-3) We are always trying to play … Continue reading

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First Century Christians

The Catch is a worldwide virtual community of first century Christians who are seeking to be a compassionate voice of reason in the twenty-first Century marketplace. What do we mean by First Century Christians? It means we are discovering and … Continue reading

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