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Learning to Pray for the Kingdom with Stanley Grenz

JANUARY 2006: REVIEW Stanley Grenz's untimely death in the spring of 2005 deprived the church of an eloquent theological voice that expressed the perceptions of a penetrating mind fed by the springs of a pious heart. The revised, second edition of Prayer: The Cry for the Kingdomoffers a fitting memorial to the central focus of Dr. Grenz's career as a pastor-theologian: authentic communion with the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. Grenz composed the first edition of Prayer (1988) as…
David Crump
January 16, 2006
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What Kind of Harley-Davidson Would Jesus Ride?

Five years ago my buddy, Duane Shrontz, and I rendezvoused at the Waukesha County Fairgrounds, 15 miles west of Milwaukee, for the 95th anniversary celebration of Harley-Davidson motorcycles (see "Gone to Hog Heaven," Perspectives, October 1998). He rode his new Dyna-Wideglide straight through from Salt Lake City, Utah, not even stopping for the thunderstorm that tossed him about in its cross-winds on the eastern slopes of South Dakota. But that was Duane. Combine his love of motorcycles with his stubborn…
David Crump
October 16, 2003