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The “he” Factor

Posted on January 6, 2014 by Deidre Havrelock

            THE “HE” FACTOR When I first began my journey of studying the femininity of the Holy Spirit, the road was bumpy. Few Christians were interested in the topic, and many Christians grew furious when faced with discussing the topic. … Continue reading

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Why I Like The Shack Revisited:

Posted on September 26, 2013 by Deidre Havrelock

Why I Like The Shack Revisited, Reason #4: Persons are Persons–Unique! My friend Becky phoned me a few months ago with a deep question. She wanted to know why–if she and her husband were “one” person–why did they have such … Continue reading

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God is Not a Hierarchy

Posted on October 29, 2012 by Deidre Havrelock

#4 What I like about The Shack: God is not portrayed as a hierarchy. Reading The Shack was surprising, for the first time in  my Christian life I got to see a portrayal of the God-family unit–not as hierarchy–but as … Continue reading

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