28th Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Two new books trace the history of a rich religious image.
Erin Raffety’s ethnographic study calls churches to repentance.
The church in Acts 2 will follow Jesus, for they know his voice.
by Jenna Smith
“One day,” says Avivah Zornberg, “I had a flash of insight about Leviticus as a whole.”
interviewed by Mordechai Beck
The eclectic scholar masterfully uncovers the subterranean threads and tensions that underlie this nonnarrative text.
If we take the doctrine seriously, then we dare not draw the circle of salvation along religious lines. Or any lines at all.
It’s hard to take Paul’s admonition seriously these days.
The prophet Isaiah sings an eschatological melody.
Israel’s claim that all people are created in God’s image is strikingly egalitarian.
We are called to accompany the bodies we love from birth to death and beyond.
The king doesn't want just anyone at the wedding banquet.
The golden calf isn’t a terrible idea. It’s just not God’s idea.
"I shall not want" has more than one meaning.
by Liz Goodman
What does it do to the body and spirit to be preyed upon constantly?