Author Archives: Allen Krell

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Sharing in suffering

A struggle I cannot seem to complete, it is so deep in my thoughts.  Modern Western Christianity has taught me that Christ is my buddy, who guides to success those who follow him.   Yet, I am continuing to realize … Continue reading

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Broken creation

I used to believe we are born sinners.   I now believe we are born good, made in the image of the Triune God. But, we are born into a broken creation.

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I Remember

I Remember I remember the resurrection and I look forward to the return of Christ. I remember that I was created in the image of the Son, and I am being transformed into the likeness of the Son. I remember … Continue reading

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The desire for truth is an intricate part of human nature and is essential to our human existence.  Without believing in truth, we can never make decisions essential for our survival.  We have a ingrained desire to believe that truth exists. … Continue reading

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It was unusually warm for January as I took my Saturday morning walk up to Buzzard’s Roost.  This rock outcropping is at a most amazing place, as the Chapman and Monte-Sano mountains come together at an angle in the foothills … Continue reading

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Morality and Law

2017 is the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation, Martin Luther’s pinning of the 95 theses on the wall.  In Lutheran magazine articles and churches, we are having classes and reminders of the theology of the Reformation.   … Continue reading

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The Mysterious

I resolve each moment and each day of this year to renew my eyes as a child and be open to the mysterious.  I resolve to enjoy the mysteries of squirrels playing on the fence, of hawks catching the wind flowing up … Continue reading

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