Archive for April, 2004

osmoregulation means – “Processes by which a cell regulates its internal osmotic pressure. These may include water transport, ion accumulation or loss, synthesis of osmotically active substances such as glycerol in the alga Dunaliella, activation of membrane ATPases etc.” Could it also be a metaphor for “in the world but not of it”? As a […]


Try this

30Apr04

Grab a book… be random In true postmodern form, try this. Most recently from Adam: 1. Grab the nearest book. 2. Open the book to page 23. 3. Find the fifth sentence. 4. Post the text of the sentence as a comment on my blog. 5. Post the text of the sentence on your own […]


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“in vivo”

28Apr04

I learned a new word today, in vivo, it means “within a living organism”. What a wonderful word! It reminds me of what I’m reading in Hunsberger’s “The Church between Gospel and Culture” about the gospel being incarnated in the context of the living community of faith. This is exactly what we’re trying to do […]


In House Church last night we read and discussed Acts 13 – specifically relating to Paul’s recounting of God’s story to those gathered in the synagogue. The key point we emphasized was – we, as Christ-followers, are about finding ourselves in God’s story, rather than asking God to enter into our story. It is by […]


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Catholicism, holiness and spirituality: A Brief History of St Ignatius. Thansk Steve. Looking forward to getting back into that liturgy/catholic/emerging church conversation from before Easter. Alan’s been posting about a life of liturgy, Pete’s livin’ it, and we’re doing Celtic morning prayers now at the Brownhouse… it’s getting good.