In Matthew 16, I see a particular classical ballet step.
Love has come into the world and is walking even now.
Isaiah invites us to remember our origins.
The work of advancing the kingdom doesn't translate into fair compensation as we understand it.
"I love you," says God. "We love you, too," our prayers reply.
The failure to forgive disrupts, distorts, and degrades community.
God builds “a house of prayer for all peoples.” All means all.
If Luther's reform was triggered by a critique of indulgences, Calvin's was triggered by a critique of idolatry.
At a #decolonizeLutheranism forum, I thought of Matthew 18.