Monthly Archives: October 2012

Presence: You Can’t Be A Ransom If You Don’t Show Up In The Form Of The Captive

Building on our preceding post we’re now laying out a four step Scriptural process for ransoming the captive. And there’s no way around it: Being a ransom–rather than paying a ransom–means showing up in person to our captive captors. (Remember, … Continue reading

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There Are Countless Captivities But Always The Same Ransom

By placing the Work of Mercy of ransoming the captive within the fullness of the Scriptural context we’ve come to see in our posts this month how: ransoming the captive is actually a ministry of ransoming the captor (who is … Continue reading

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Why Neither Nonviolence Nor Violence Are Ever The Right Strategies: The Great Insight That All Great Men Of History Can Only Ever Get From Jesus

You might be surprised to see a piece on nonviolence materialize smack in the center of a month of posts on ransoming the captive, but this is actually right where it belongs. Or, more accurately, doesn’t belong. Because on the basis of … Continue reading

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