Tag Archives: Great Commission

Mapping the Church Commission: Culmination (6 of 6)

In a culture driven by video games, the surreal has often become the preferred reality. Living in an artificial world of fantasy—that can be restarted, resurrected, and replayed without end, and with minimal discomfort—appeals to many over dealing with human-interacted … Continue reading

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Mapping the Church Commission: Measuring (5 of 6)

Maps are only useful if one knows how to use them. Understanding the scale, and how to measure distances, becomes essential to accurate navigation. Getting lost is no picnic. To get where one wants to go, a traveler needs to … Continue reading

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Mapping the Church Commission: Maintaining (4 of 6)

There is a reason that books begin with outlines. Much like a body requires a skeleton upon which to hang everything, so also high-rise buildings have a hidden steel framework. Even maps have some sort of underlying structure—grid-lines and rules—that … Continue reading

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Mapping the Church Commission: Sustaining (3 of 6)

Bloodhounds are amazing to watch. They are able to put a mental map together that combines their senses with the terrain. In particular, their sense of smell is so finely tuned, that they can take one sniff of a target’s … Continue reading

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Mapping the Church Commission: Commissioning (2 of 6)

Giving a map of the stars to a coal mine foreman is a complete waste. Maps are made with specific features, over relevant territory, for those intending to travel in such regions. A map maker needs to know his intended … Continue reading

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