sunday q&a

At church this morning, Seacoast-Irmo will be wrapping up the QUESTIONS Series – and I'm in a thoughtful questioning-answering-better-questioning kind of mood. So I'd like to throw this out – GOT ANY QUESTIONS?

Ask anything, and I'll respond, either updating this post or keep a running "Answers" post, letting this be my writing prompt for the week. Are you in? I promise to be as honest and forthright as possible, or as sarcastic and ambivalent as warranted. Fair enough?

So leave a comment – if you've made it this far, you might as well start the ball rolling, start the juices flowing, start the frivolity on its way.

Thanks for playing. Have a nice day.

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7 thoughts on “sunday q&a

  1. Tim O'Keefe says:

    I read your “Blinkers” piece a couple days ago. Awesome.
    This question was the title of a Bill Cosby album when I was a kid.
    Why is there air?

  2. Alan Green says:

    Rick,
    Have you ever struggled with the old question of Calvinism vs. Arminianism. That is, God’s sovereignty (choosing us) and our responsibility (free will to choose Him)? I always come to the conclusion that, as a man, if I totally understood God I really wouldn’t care to worship him. Any thoughts?
    Alan

  3. Mr. Harmless says:

    Why is Coffee so good?
    🙂

  4. James says:

    A compelled salvation versus a chosen one. Strangely enough that was the theme of Anthony Burgess’ novel, A Clockwork Orange. (Not to be confused with the film’s differing themes and observations). The concept of “redemption” takes on quite a different face, does it not, when applied through the lens of a “compelled salvation” versus a “chosen” one. Any comments?

  5. Craig says:

    What childhood song do you, surprisingly, still remember the words to and find yourself singing every once in a while?

  6. Steve says:

    In Luke 12:9-11, Jesus discusses “the unforgiveable sin.” What is blaspheming against the Holy Spirit and how does that relate to Calvanism?

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