“One day,” says Avivah Zornberg, “I had a flash of insight about Leviticus as a whole.”
The eclectic scholar masterfully uncovers the subterranean threads and tensions that underlie this nonnarrative text.
John the Baptist is not sure if Jesus is very Christlike.
While struggling with this question as a church songwriter, I came up with six guidelines.
John the Baptist is calling for more than a cognitive recognition of wrongdoing.
We can recognize ourselves in the messy people around Jesus.
In a blockbuster movie, this is when our hero would leap from the cross.
Amy Peeler offers a great resource for Christians who have struggled to understand God’s call to women.
It’s easy to love what’s beautiful.
Given time, things can grow back.
Brad East offers a rigorous argument for the ecclesial context of scripture.
My church is located in the first municipality in the country with a public reparations fund.
You want to see and be seen by Jesus? Sinner, get ready!
On All Saints’ Day I remember those who tried and failed and tried again.
In Joel I encounter the God who has counted what I’ve lost and promised to pay it back.