For the Bible to belong not only to the church or the academy but to the people, a guidebook is needed. Harvey Cox provides one.
A student I taught with recalls licking honey from Hebrew letters as a child. My own memories of religious education are less auspicious.
Many of us love the busyness and energy of a robust church. And yet all of us pastors must summon an uncommon discipline if we are to reflect the priority of preaching.
The older and more tattered my Bible becomes, the more it becomes part of me.
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