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Tim Van Deelen

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Yellow

Amanda Gorman spoke with the gravity of 300 years of dignity that refused to be diminished by pain. She not…
Tim Van Deelen
January 20, 2022
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January 6

To the extent that Reformed Christians share any historical or theological DNA with the wider evangelical moment we need to…
Tim Van Deelen
January 6, 2022
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Sun

The ancient hymn suggests a reality between what we can know from empirical science and what we consign to metaphor.…
Tim Van Deelen
December 21, 2021
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Ice

Here in Wisconsin, it’s an annual contest. Guess when Lake Mendota will freeze.
Tim Van Deelen
December 9, 2021
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November

I went inside and found a socially distant place among the pews. Here I was, back in our church sanctuary…
Tim Van Deelen
November 18, 2021
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The Shack

There’s just something about this place. Each fall, we take our GreenHouse students on a Saturday excursion to the Leopold…
Tim Van Deelen
October 7, 2021
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Every Onion

There’s legit, regal, and righteous mud on the zucchini I buy. I am going to stir-fry it for Carol this…
Tim Van Deelen
September 9, 2021