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Raymond Brown and Centrist Exegesis

Today I found my way into Raymond Brown’s Death of the Messiah and the space between historiography, narrative analysis and tradition criticism.  This is the place where you can accept the stories as they are, dabble (critically) in how it might have all really happened, and aim your findings for men and women of the church who want to know how these stories hit the original readers and why history and narrative analysis matters to them.   539 more words

Death Of The Messiah

Ryder Cup: Gleneagles, Scotland

Golf is the greatest game on the planet.  365 days a year I am playing, practicing, watching, studying or daydreaming about golf.  Not a major championship has gone by where I haven’t seen each stroke played in the last 8 years.  552 more words



Greats are the first footwear company to be born in Brooklyn and they make some great sneakers. Using high end leather and putting in some nice design features. 36 more words

Forget the Uber Clones: Soon Enough, There Will Be a Bonobos-of-Everything

Every time we turn our heads, there’s a new Uber or Airbnb clone. There’s the Uber for helicopters, chefs and planes, as well as Airbnb-style apps for dogs, boats, cars, clothes and private jets. 406 more words

Retiring Jersey's

Let’s take a trip down memory lane and take a look at the Xavier greats that have their jerseys retired!

Byron Larkin’s #23, Class of ’88… 398 more words