Here’s my brilliant colleague, Mark Brett, talking about settler colonialism, the freedom of religion, and the witness-invitation of Roger Williams:
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II Kings 4:2 " Elisha replied to her, 'How can I help you? Tell me, what do you have in your house?' "
A desperate, grieving widow of a fellow prophet came to Elisha beseeching him to help her before the creditors took her two boys away to satisfy her debts. 56 more words
This year I’m working on a critical analysis of William Cavanaugh’s political eucharistic ecclesiology in Torture and Eucharist: Theology, Politics and the Body of Christ… 345 more words
The difficulty of understanding all aspects of the cross may be lessened by understanding why Jesus said “My God…” in relation to his Father, since that is how most of mankind views God, as some sort of distant upholder of the law who is intent on bringing us to justice for our sins. 1,339 more words
From the time I was an adolescent until my early 20s, what I knew of the Bible came primarily from Sunday School lessons during childhood. In Sunday School we read sections of scripture (mainly the same stories each year), and we were taught the morals of the stories. 782 more words