Euangelion | Dysangelion (Wisdom from Barth)

“Euangelion” is the English rendering of the Greek term for Gospel.  The “eu-” prefix means “good,” and the latter part of the word means “message.”  The opposite of “eu-” is the prefix “dys-.”  I really enjoy how words work, but I supply the grammatical tidbits for the sake of appreciating these great words from Karl…

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Terror & Tenderness: Taking Him in… all of Him

[I’m still trying to figure out the exact nature and purpose of Galadriel’s Mirror.  As I embark on a new vocational post leading University Christian Fellowship (UCF–www.ucfbirmingham.org), I do intend for the blog to offer material geared toward college students.  So many of the entries will summarize the fruits of study and the ongoing challenges…

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