It takes Jesus to introduce something new into the disciples’ routine.
Paul is not ashamed of most parts of his background.
It’s not that we lack information about religion. It’s that we don’t deeply inhabit the religious stories we do know.
Resurrection isn’t something we explain. It’s something we live and breathe.
Passing the peace is a word of welcome. It’s also much more than that.
Enemies are real. They are also closer to us than we may care to imagine.
Paul says something really crazy here.
Ilana Kurshan shows how the practice of Daf Yoni gave structure to a life made formless and void.
At the heart of each lesson is storytelling and wondering.
The resurrection is an old, old message. But I need to be reminded.
Jesus’ parables ought to alarm us, draw us short.
When I say the creeds, Pilate’s name stands as a warning back to myself.