Acts 11:1-18; Psalm 148; Revelation 21:1-6; John 13:31-35
Why I’m not in a rush for the new earth
I want the kingdom of God to be civilized. If possible I'd like to be able to keep sleeping in my own bed.
Reclaiming Biblical Eschatology
These days, we need a strong current of theological explication of Christian eschatology. Richard Middleton has stepped forward—and his book doesn't even mention zombies.
A disruption on Maundy Thursday
As I came to the first student and his family, kneeling with outstretched hands, suddenly someone took out a phone and snapped a picture.
How do we love when we disagree?
Of the four kinds of love, affection is most linked to place. It arises among those who share a common life not by choice but by circumstance.
Ashes in the streets
At our first outdoor procession, I felt awkward. I’d led liturgies before, but my church life and my real life didn’t usually intersect so publicly.
Revised Common Lectionary © 1992 the Consultation on Common Texts. Used by permission.
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