28th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B, RCL)
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Poet Michael Shewmaker imagines a suffering Christian in Kilgore, Texas, with three unhelpful friends.
“Anyone who thinks he knows the orthodox consensus can always be shown to be wrong,” says David Bentley Hart.
For Jesus, the inverse of scarcity isn’t abundance—it’s accumulation.
“Each of the typical approaches has problems. The best solution would be to change the lectionary.”
Sometimes I picture its author looking down at us and shaking his head.
He yearns to be able to lay his case before God.
Reading and preaching Hebrews without supersessionism
The purpose of the word of God is not to make us feel condemnable, but to help us see what is commendable.
Her radical final words confounded me for years.
by Wendy Murray
How one youth leader stopped being a chief counselor of fun and discovered something better.
by Andrew Root
We are worthy, loved, and enough. But so is everyone else.
What if Jesus is talking about humility rather than possessions?
God isn't just hidden. God hides. Why?
God’s response to Job is cold comfort when you have terminal cancer.
I mostly agree with Jeffrey Weiss about prayer. I think St. Paul would too.
The prayers of the people call us. When we answer, we invite the possibility that it is we who will be poor, hungry, sick, and in prison.