Resurrection is where God is—across generations, across circumstances.
Living by the Word
Jesus mourns a human existence unconcerned with the needs of the whole.
Jesus' characters aren't nuanced; they're all elbows and ankles.
Injustice comes with so many alibis and aliases.
Maybe the lepers know that Jesus likes being in the borderland.
Have you noticed God’s preference for small things?
Conversion narratives raise a question: Why does it take so much to get there?
Jesus is talking to two different audiences.
Not everything that’s lost can be found.
Jesus isn’t known for being on the winning side. His constant mantra is come and die.
Jesus and Maimonides are drinking from the same well: the book of Proverbs.
So much of human religiosity comes down to a hoax we perpetrate on God.
We preach the gospel of peace and justice. Are there divides between our words and actions?
Jesus is the thief, and the powers of this world own the house in which we’re waiting.
This is a funny story. We laugh. But we're laughing at ourselves.