The back-and-forth among colleagues, and I approach this as a professor, and thus with their students, and thus also among students themselves, sharpens…
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Reading While Female By Heather L. Hart The tousled love between fathers and sons is a joy to behold. It filled my childhood and fills my current house…
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Kris and I had a restful time in Florida last week but before long we will need to return to the cold snowy weather of the heartland called Chicagoland…
From The Second Testament, forthcoming this June. Yēsous on the mountain 5:1 Seeing the crowds, he ascended into the mountain and… he sat down… his…
One of our delights each January is to drive to Florida to spend a couple weeks in warmer weather. We don’t miss the snow and cold and shoveling, and we…
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By Mike Glenn Mike Glenn is my friend, he has recently announced his retirement at the end of the year, and he has been writing at the Jesus Creed blog…
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One of my favorite religion writers, Bob Smietana, recently published a book that grew out of his decades of religion writing. His book is called…
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According to Miroslav Volf and Ryan McAnnally-Linz, The Home of God: A Brief Story of Everything, the great paradox of John’s Gospel “is that the Word…
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For many Christianity does, and ought to, have a masculine feel because for many God does, and ought to, have a masculine feel (e.g., John Piper). That…
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Facebook knows. It knows I’m thinking these days about the Book of Revelation so it sends me video clips of preachers talking about Israel and the…
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I want to thank whoever out there is sending new folks to this Substack — so Thank you! It means a lot to us to have folks find in our newsletter…
From The Second Testament, forthcoming June 2023 Yēsous announces in the Galilaia 12 Hearing that Yōannēs had been given over, he slipped into the the…