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Archive for April, 2011

Sound of Silence

“Hello darkness, my old friend,
I’ve come to talk with you again,
Because a vision softly creeping,
Left its seeds while I was sleeping,
And the vision that was planted in my brain
…Still remains
Within the sound of silence.”

The song words of the first part of “Sound of Silence” reminds me of Karl Rahner’s “original experience” of God, which is given to us as “grace,” before natural knowldge and revealed knowledge.

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A debate of Immanent Trinity and Economic Trinity reminds me of parents who do not have any relation to societies and who do not take care of their children and house-works respectively.

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Christianity and North Korea
Christianity and North Korea in many senses seem not to become friends, because they poignantly criticize each other. On the one hand, Christianity blames aspects of community society of North Korea, aspects that they do not believe in God but believe in Jungil Kim who has taken place of God and who attempts to hand his throne over to his son. On the other hand, North Korea criticizes Christianity which makes people ignore concretely current realities. However, ironically, they entail the opposite aspects in that whereas some senior pastors in Christianity would like to hand their position to their sons, Jungil Kim wants to be a God. They have common grounds in adjectives: exclusive, isolated, and arrogant. Unless both of them have open minds to other religions and countries, and are humble, do you think that they future is promising?

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Kenotic Christology (Philippians 2:5) can be expanded into the Kenotic life (Romans 12:2): “Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is–his good, pleasing and perfect will.”

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Do you really listen to the word of God?

We as Christians have to listen to the Word of God in our life. However, if someone says to us, “God told me that I have to act something for others or I have to go this way,” do we really believe that God told that to him or her? Don’t we think that it is very weird? Do we really listen to the word of God?

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