Crispin Fletcher-Louis argues that Luke 5:1-11 reflects an early angelophany in Luke’s narrative. I argue that it is is not only the appearance of an angel: it is the appearance of God fulfilling his promises in Jeremiah 16. Advertisements
Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, by Susan Cain, is a literal godsend for the introvert in your life. Not to oversell this book, but no non-fiction, non-theology book has been as paradigm shifting as Quiet has been for me. My first reflection focuses on the role of introverts… Continue reading Quiet: Introversion and the Church
“It is traditional to regard Luke as a Gentile author writing for Gentile Christians. Indeed, until recently this was regarded as indisputable. […] However, there is a growing consensus, spear-headed by the work of Jacob Jervell, that accepts essential interaction with Jewish concerns and a Jewish readership. […] there ‘.. is today no serious question… Continue reading Fletcher-Louis: A Jewish Luke?
This post will contain two timelines for The Force Awakens: a timeline listing the events between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens by book/comic/media title to remain spoiler free, but a second spoiler-filled timeline. Both will be marked accordingly, but some Star Wars: Bloodline, and other post-RotJ media, spoilers apply for the second.