Monthly Archives: July 2010

Another Critique of Calvinism

There’s another fine critique of Calvinism, and especially the idea of double-predestination (God pre-ordains who will go to heaven and who will go to hell), over at Evangel blog.  Read it here.  This one’s by Adam Omelianchuk; a few months … Continue reading

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Sermon: Bringing the Ark to Jerusalem

I preached this sermon at the Carmel New Church in Kitchener, Ontario, on July 18, 2010. BRINGING THE ARK TO JERUSALEM A Sermon by Rev. Coleman S. Glenn This morning we read the story of David taking the ark to … Continue reading

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“Love in Human Form”

From Arcana Coelestia n. 4735: The Lord’s Human, after it was glorified or made Divine, cannot be thought of as human, but as the Divine love in human form; and this so much the more than the angels, who, when … Continue reading

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Sermon: Bitter Waters Made Sweet

I preached this sermon on Sunday, July 11, 2010 at the Olivet New Church in Toronto. BITTER WATERS MADE SWEET A Sermon by Rev. Coleman S. Glenn “And they came to Marah, and they could not drink the waters for … Continue reading

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New Church Perspective Article

Sorry for the lack of recent posts: I’ve been away at Maple (camp for New Church teens).  Over the weekend New Church Perspective posted an article I wrote on whether the Lord has a sense of humour.  Read it here. … Continue reading

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