Tag Archives: Contemplative Reading

The Bible is a Living, Breathing Document Designed to Bring Life!

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The Bible is a living, breathing document designed to bring life to the heart and soul of its reader! The writer of Hebrews makes a most powerful proclamation in this regard when he says, in Hebrews 4:12 – 13, “For … Continue reading

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Practicing the Ancient Art of Reading Well!

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We are not born readers.  If we were, then focusing on how we read would be unnecessary. The art of reading well is one that has to be developed over time.  It’s not native, or instinctive, by a longshot. Reading … Continue reading

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What is A Contemplative Bible Study? Pt. 2: Mountains, Metaphor, and Meditation

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What is A Contemplative Bible Study? Pt. 2: Mountains, Metaphor, and Meditation Last week I retreated with a group of fellow believers at a Franciscan Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  This retreat is the final in a series of retreats … Continue reading

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