There is a chasm between Peter and Jesus that cannot be glossed over.
Peter doesn’t want to suffer. Who does?
The enduring significance of Jesus’ act in John 13 turns on the little preposition to.
Isaiah’s suffering servant plays on our own ambivalent ideas about violence, passivity, and retribution.
A worshiper can go a long time without any idea of who Melchizedek is and what it means to be a priest according to his order.
I memorized John 3:16 as a child—along with a specific interpretation of it.
From the beginning—“I am the Lord your God”—the Decalogue is about vocation.