Plans for 2020 and other brief thoughts…Continue reading “Brief Update 2020”
My review of An On-Going Imagination: A Conversation about Scripture, Faith, and the Thickness of Relationship by Walter Brueggemann, Clover Reuter Beal, and Timothy Beal.Continue reading ““An On-Going Imagination” (Brueggemann and Beale, 2019) Review”
My review of “The State of New Testament Studies”, edited by Drs. McKnight and Nijay Gupta.Continue reading ““The State of New Testament Studies” (McKnight and Gupta, 2019) Review”
My review of Patrick Schreiner’s Matthew, Disciple and Scribe.Continue reading ““Matthew, Disciple and Scribe” (Schreiner, 2019) Review”
In my first two posts, I looked at the ways in which introverts can model the life of the Trinity. In the first post, I looked at how the introvert has an ontological connection with the Trinity that transcends personality types. In the second post, I looked at the ways that introverts model the life of God. In this last post, I want to look at the way in which the Eucharist serves as a visible reminder of our participation in the life of God. It both reminds us of our place in the life of God and then models how we offer ourselves to him in the future.Continue reading “Introversion in the Life of the Trinity”
A collection of helpful links – both my own and others’ – from around the web this week!
A collection of articles I wrote and articles that I’ve found helpful over the web.
Every Tuesday, I want to review (briefly) the books that I read the week before by sharing a few key insights, helpful quotes, or encouraging arguments.
Continue reading “BookWerms (10/21-10/27)”
One of the church’s main problems now (and, let’s face it, over the course of history) is that her members simply are not reading the Bible. In light of this, I thought it would be encouraging to share how I am interacting with the Bible these days, both which texts I am interacting with and the Bibles I am using to do so.