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Love Is Not A Victory March

Posted by Seth Tummins on

Leonard Cohen wrote many, many verses for his song, “Hallelujah.”  Most we never hear, but he spent years working on that song, only to have it … flop.  His original version wasn’t good.  It took the death of Jeff Buckley to put the song in the public’s consciousness.  The rest is history.  While I understand it isn’t a “Christian” song, Christians have a way of seeing Christ everywhere.   Every verse of the most-played version is a little work of art, but the powerful imagery conjured by the line,   “Love is not a victory march.  It’s a cold and...

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Trinity

Posted by Seth Tummins on

We see three men. “What are they?” we ask. “They are human beings,” we answer. Each is man, possessing the same humanity and the same human nature defined in a certain way: created, temporal, physical, rational, etc. In what they are, the three men are one. But in who they are, they are three, each absolutely unique and distinct from the others. Each man in his own unique way is distinctly a man. One man is not the other, though each man is still human with one and the same human nature and form.

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