Patriarchs across the nation have admitted themselves to the schooling wards of tweedledee and tweedledum. It is a self-admittance because no one else in the home has that authority – and of course, that makes it all the more embarrassing.
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I’ve started fatherhood off on a grave note.
For better or worse, fatherhood bears fruit. The first fruit of fatherhood is the Imago Dei, which we reflected on in my last article. The second and third fruits of fatherhood are curses and blessings, respectively. The curses come from Adam’s failure in the covenant of life. The blessings come from Christ’s success in the covenant … Continue reading Fatherhood Bearing Fruit
I don’t have a right to define fatherhood, but God does.
If we are saved, then we are saved from God, by God, to God, and for God.
This series of articles, which I’ve nimbly titled Patrostork, is to be a short reflection on the meaning of fatherhood.
What should the administrator of baptism say amidst the ceremony of baptism?
How will God respond to our sin?