It’s Easter. Step into the future.
How does Isaiah's Suffering Servant compare to John’s Jesus?
As he washes Peter’s feet, Jesus is thinking about Judas.
We’ll crack apart. We’ll change.
Did Easter even come last year? Will it ever come again?
Palm Sunday makes me cringe.
Brian McLaren says religious doubt isn't the death of faith. It's the birth of faith beyond belief.
In ancient Israel, priests were the gates through which God poured mercy.
Teaching online made me realize my goal is to teach them to think, not to teach them to think like me.
I have a complicated relationship with John 3:16.
As Jesus overturns the tables, I imagine John in the corner, watching and taking it all down.
Peter has guts. He reproaches the very one he identifies as anointed.
Jesus is attended to by angels—and wild beasts.
The distinctions between how we love God, neighbor, and self are not terribly thick.
Peter wants to capture that mountaintop experience forever.