Introduction In the article “Called, the third way” from 2007-12-03 I came to the conclusion that one should “[v]iew your actions as essentially human activity in obedience to God’s general will, except where God’s immediate instructions surprise you.” And in the follow-up article “What we term relationship to Jesus” I argued that “relationship”, when applied… Continue reading

It seems to me that today, radical believers are not sober (“not that interested in truth”), while sober believers are not radical (“without effect”). But faith must be both, to have the right effect. Also, only sober and radical faith will lead to “life”, where this means a justified, appropriate and adventurous, interesting dealing with… Continue reading