This is a classic case of denial, insisting something is not so, because to accept that it is so would mean admitting personal responsibility, admitting that maybe something is wrong, maybe I need to change. Continue reading Gospel of John: The Ban
That is the challenge I want to meet. To be trustworthy in telling the truth, and then to let truth do its work, in God’s time, by God’s power, while I keep loving, and caring for, and being present with all those who will receive me. Continue reading Gospel of John: Pressure of Public Opinion
People often think that if someone does not believe something, what they need is more proof, more information.
But Jesus said this was not the problem.
Continue reading Gospel of John: Final Proof