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Matthew's Radical Gospel

Take your stained glasses off when you read the gospel of Matthew this year. Matthew is just writing a history record. His gospel is history, absolutely, but he has a goal. 309 more words

Prayer

Episode 55: The Protestant Reformation

Author, Adjunct Professor, Clergy, Grant Writer, Group Fitness Instructor, Cat Lady J. Dana Trent

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Podcast

2017: Books in Review

Giorgio Vasari
Italian Humanists (Six Tuscan Poets), 1554
Oil on panel

“I am unable to satisfy my thirst for books. And I perhaps own more of them than I ought; but just as in certain other things, so does it happen with books: success in searching for them is a stimulus to greed… Books please inwardly; they speak with us, advise us and join us together with a certain living and penetrating intimacy, nor does this instill only itself into its readers, but it conveys the names and desire for others.” 2,279 more words

HOW THE PILGRIMS' STORY MIGHT CHALLENGE AND CONVICT US

If you’re a long-time reader of this blog, you know that in past years I’ve bombarded readers all November long with essays on the history of Thanksgiving, most of them drawn from my book… 1,737 more words

The Pilgrims And The First Thanksgiving

On Still Being a Protestant ‘From a Protestant Point of View’: Contra Hauerwas

Today is a special Reformation Day. On this day, Protestants everywhere celebrate the 500th anniversary of the “beginning” of the Reformation—Martin Luther’s nailing of the 95 theses to the door of Wittenberg Castle. 2,011 more words

Theology

The Crucifixion, By Fleming Rutledge

While a majority of theological work exerts its greatest influence upon one side of the aisle or the other, Fleming Rutledge’s The Crucifixion has recently become the exception that proves a rule. 1,365 more words

Theology

Children as a Symbol of Hope

As I prepared for my message from this past weekend, “God of the Little Ones,” I read a lot of different material. In returning to Stanley Hauerwas’  239 more words

Books And Quotations