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Dedicated to the legacy of bold thinking Christianity through the writings of George MacDonald, C.S. Lewis, and Michael Phillips

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Dedicated to the legacy of bold thinking Christianity through the writings of George MacDonald, C.S. Lewis, and Michael Phillips

    Chapter Three: The Father Can Be Known

    Chapter Three: The Father Can Be Known

    "This is and has been the Father's work from the beginning--to bring us into the home of His heart." -- George MacDonald. 

    • 4 min
    Command #3 - Love God

    Command #3 - Love God

    The Command to 'Love God' is at root vague and ambiguous. How are we to love God? Is such love something we feel? How many of us have read the words 'with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength,' and not felt that perhaps our love for God is not filled with the all-consuming level of devotion that Jesus spoke of. The practicality of it is hard to get hold of. 

    • 5 min
    God a Good Father: Chapter Two

    God a Good Father: Chapter Two

    "This is and has been the Father's work from the beginning--to bring us into the home of His heart." -- George MacDonald. 

    • 10 min
    Command #2 - Love

    Command #2 - Love

    It is surprising at first approach to the Commands of Jesus to discover that the command to "love" is not the most frequently given injunction to fall from his mouth. But it is surely the most pivotal and central command laid upon his followers which summarizes and incorporates and draws up into it all his teaching, and all the Commands. 

    • 4 min
    God a Good Father: Introduction and Chapter One

    God a Good Father: Introduction and Chapter One

    "This is and has been the Father's work from the beginning--to bring us into the home of His heart." -- George MacDonald.

    • 17 min
    Command #1 - Obey My Commands

    Command #1 - Obey My Commands

    This is truly the first of the Commands. Its importance is self-evident. The nature of a command requires obedience. A "command" is not a "suggestion." A command is a command. Obedience is compulsory. And yet...there remains such a thing as disobedience.

    • 6 min

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