Monthly Archives: May 2011

Why Is This Called Defrosting Windows?

I thought I would take a break from the theological string and address a question that has been asked of me now on several occasions. Why have you named this blog “Defrosting Windows”? I think about the verse in 1 … Continue reading

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Fully God: Was Jesus Immortal, Omnipresent? Part 1

Jesus asked His disciples, “Who do you say that I am? Today, He asks us the same question. I believe He is the Christ, the Son of the Living God. I believe He is Lord, God in the flesh. He … Continue reading

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Fully Human: Could Jesus Get Sick, Go Bald?

Are these trivial questions? I really don’t think so. Jesus Christ has come in the flesh. So, how human was He? Was He as human as you, or do you think He was immune to the “ill effects” of bee-stings, … Continue reading

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Worship That Goes Beyond Obedience

Have We Sometimes Short-Circuited The Definition Of Worship? In the last post, Worship According To Jesus…What’s Missing?, we talked about how some define worship as love, adoration, passionate yearning, heartfelt devotion, etc. This is good; yet, when we look at … Continue reading

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