The Redemptive Work of Silence: Agnes Grey

As the time has approached for me to write what will likely be the final three installments of my series on the redemptive work of silence, I’ve found it harder and harder to be able to adequately summarize these works that have meant so much to me. This season of…

1 Timothy 2:11-12

Paul wanted everyone, all believers, to have seminary courses, and to become fully equipped, fully mature, lacking in nothing, when it came to handling the scriptures. Interestingly, not everyone in Paul’s day felt they needed that—for example, people who already thought they had all the necessary training and learning. (I’ll get to that in about three weeks, stay tuned, that’s Dr. A. Nyland’s compelling work on this chapter.)

The Redemptive Work of Silence (Till We Have Faces)

“And this is eternal life, that they know you the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent.” John 17:3 (Contains sixty-year-old spoilers) One does not have to read very far in C.S. Lewis’ novel Till We Have Faces to discover that it is a book about silence.…

Acts Wednesday: Chapter 2, Babel Reversed

This sign was a reversal of God’s judgment at the Tower of Babel. God’s judgment scattered and separated those people then, now He was uniting His people in the Spirit. At Babel no one could understand anyone else, but at Pentecost everyone could understand and hear God’s praises.