Ich·thy·ol·o·gy is the branch of zoology devoted to the study of fish (including sharks). Ich·THEO·ol·o·gy is the name of this blog – a repository of writing about God, sharks, and other fearful/wonderful things that hover beneath the surface.

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Recent Sermons

Where We Are Going

“These days, the words ‘Where I am going, you cannot come’ are not necessarily printed on signs posted in public places – but sometimes these words are heard implicitly. Sometimes, we are so caught up in our own ways of living and being, that we fail to be welcoming to people whose ways of living… Read more Where We Are Going

Due Date: Good Friday

“In some ways, the experience of the early disciples is not at all like the Holy Week that we celebrate these days, with dates so clearly mapped out and the destination known. Instead, the experience of the early disciples might have been more similar to the experience of my sister, awaiting the birth of her… Read more Due Date: Good Friday

No Substitute

“In order for Holy Week to make any sense at all, I think we have to come to terms with the idea that there is no substitution for Jesus. We can’t simply swap in one donkey stuffed animal for another; one would-be messiah for another; one prophet for another. Instead we are invited to sink… Read more No Substitute

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