The answer that comes out of a tornado is not the kind of answer we want—or at least not one that responds to our agonized questions.
Season after Pentecost | 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)
Job 38:1-7, (34-41); Psalm 104:1-9, 24, 35c; (Isaiah 53:4-12; Psalm 91:9-16;) Hebrews 5:1-10; Mark 10:35-45
Opening the book of Hebrews is a bit like stepping into Transporter Room on the starship Enterprise. A few verses are all it takes to beam us suddenly down into an alien world filled with angels, sacrificial purification rites and Melchizedek. There’s very little about Hebrews that looks, sounds or feels familiar to 21st-century people, all of which makes dealing with this letter a challenge (and explains why so many of us avoid it).
by Lee CanipeOctober 15, 2012
Reconciliation requires relocation. To see the effects of our food choices, we have to get close to the land.