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Walter Brueggemann and the Psalms

Over the past semester, I have been working on a research paper for the Augustinian Honor’s Collegium at Boyce College. My paper is a study of Walter Brueggemann and his work on the Psalms, where I’ve taken a dive into the plethora of books Brueggemann has written concerning the Psalter and its importance in the Christian life. 521 more words

A Few Posts About Inerrancy

Today we are going to talk about inerrancy, and more broadly, about the general evangelical way of handling the Bible.  If you’ve been hanging around here long enough, then you already know that the concept of biblical inerrancy is on my shit list. 696 more words

Letting Others Do My Blogging For Me

Book Review: "A Way Other Than Our Own," by Walter Brueggemann

“A Way Other Than Our Own,” by Walter Brueggemann. Published 2017 by Westminster John Knox Press. This review refers to the paperback edition.

A large number of the Christian authors that I read cite Walter Brueggemann on a regular basis, so I decided to finally go straight to the horse’s mouth and check out some of his writing for myself. 297 more words

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Walter Brueggemann – Holy Saturday: Expecting to be Interrupted

Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark . . . —John 20:1a

Nobody knew how long Saturday would last. Nobody knew if Saturday would ever end. 390 more words


Walter Brueggemann - Maundy Thursday: Belonging and Washing

“So if I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet. For I have set you an example, that you also should do as I have done to you.” —John 13:14–15… 408 more words


Whatever talents I possess

“I am at the most transitional period now,” wrote Dylan Thomas to his friend. “Whatever talents I possess may suddenly diminish or suddenly increase. I can with ease become an ordinary fool.

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Psalm 137 - Real Music

Today’s ChocolateTheo Orange 70% Dark Chocolate

Today’s PassagePsalm 137

From 2002 to 2004, I attended St. John’s College in Annapolis. Every student, among other things, had to take freshman chorus: we all had to learn to sing. 587 more words