11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
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The witness of trees in uncertain times
There’s just one oak left at Mamre.
By the oaks of Mamre
I was a scribe for the Chicago Illuminated Scripture Project
What would possess me to copy a chapter of the Bible by hand?
Made right (11 A; Romans 5:1-8)
I fear we may reject the justification metaphor too quickly and understand it too shallowly.
by Greg Carey
June 14, Ordinary 11 (Genesis 18:1–15, 21:1–7)
Sarah wasn’t the first member of her household to laugh at God.
by Greg Carey
April 9, Maundy Thursday (Psalm 116:1–2, 12–19; John 13:1–17, 31b–35)
Jesus is saying, Love should feel like this.
by Brian Bantum
February 2, Epiphany 4A (Matthew 5:1–12; Micah 6:1–8; 1 Corinthians 1:18–31)
Matthew’s Beatitudes are meant to give comfort, not to challenge.
by Kat Banakis
When hope gives up on magical results
Since my son’s accident, everything I understand about hope has changed.
by Debie Thomas
The comedy of table
by Jean Janzen
The confidence to call shots (Romans 5:1-5)
Paul encourages his readers to trust an outcome they cannot yet see.
Reading the Bible with a sacramental sensibility
Hans Boersma sees scripture as more open to imaginative reading than our modern methods permit. The key is faith in Christ.
The difference between wishing and hoping
Wishes are about what we want. Hope is about what God wants.
The peaceable priestly kingdom (Exodus 19:2–8a; Romans 5:1–8; Matthew 9:35–10:23)
If it's in the first verse of Romans 5, it must be important to Paul.
June 18, 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Exodus 19:2–8a; Psalm 100; Romans 5:1–8; Matthew 9:35–10:8