“A Gospel of Hope” Review

Walter Brueggemann’s preaching has touched many Christians’ lives over the years — now, some are collected in a single volume to revisit again and again in A Gospel of Hope.

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Fifth Sunday after Epiphany

Reflections on this week’s Lectionary readings, focusing on our roles as evangelists of the Epiphany. This week reflects on the contents of the message, what we are called to (both positively and negatively), and the promise of the Lord for those on mission.

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“Romans Disarmed: Resisting Empire, Demanding Justice” Review

Does Paul speak to issues of homelessness, global capitalism, ecological and economic issues? Authors Sylvia C. Keesmaat and Brian J. Walsh say he does; and in Romans, of all places! Read my review of Romans Disarmed and join in the discussion!.

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Resources toward Understanding and Loving the Old Testament

If you want to understand the Old Testament better (and, well, you should want to understand it better), here are nine books and resources I’m using to study it right now.

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