According to Josephus, Herod Antipas desperately wanted to be called “king.”
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Is this passage more than a cautionary tale about the tendency to stuff a suitcase to the gills?
Jairus knows the weight of justice delayed as justice denied. But he keeps moving.
The wind and water operate at a guttural level within these fishermen disciples.
It’s a beautiful plant. It’s also an invasive weed.
Yes, Jesus is possessed—by a new vision of what it means to live in community and in relationship with God.
My forebears were a little shortsighted with their strict sabbath codes, but they weren’t entirely wrong.
Nicodemus’s problem is the power of evil, and he can’t find his own way out of it.
The Spirit affirms our differences, speaking in ways that each of us can understand—yet also drawing us together.
In Acts, the gospel takes on organizational structure.