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April 2006 Archives

Tertium Quid (p2)

posted by Robert Gelinas

Creativity is born out of tension.  Jazz came about when a group of people had to live as "unfree in a free land."  That’s tension!  But tension sets the stage for creativity and creativity leads to Tertia Quid–The Third Way.

Tertium Quid (p1)

posted by Robert Gelinas

I sometimes feel like the apostle Paul in Ephesians 5 when he spend considerable time talking about marriage only to say that he is not talking about marriage. I talk a lot about race and life on the hyphen because […]

“Psychic conversion” (p4)–Moses

posted by Robert Gelinas

Moses understood what it meant to live life on the hyphen.  We aren’t sure when it happened but some where along the way he found out that he wasn’t who he thought he was.  Being the child of a Hebrew […]

“Psychic Conversion” (p3)

posted by Robert Gelinas

The Gospel reconciles us to God and each other.  All too often we build churches on half of the gospel—the me and God half.  Recently, Bill Hybels has undergone this second conversion and is speaking rather candidly. 

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