Reflections from Luke, the Psalter, 2 Corinthians, and Exodus as we celebrate Transfiguration Sunday at the end of the Epiphany season.Continue reading “Transfiguration Sunday”
We all hunger and thirst for something – but have we dulled that sense in our distracted age?Continue reading “Hungering and Thirsting in a Distracted Age”
Reflections on the Lectionary readings for the Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany. Where do you put your faith? What causes us as humans to prosper?Continue reading “Sixth Sunday after Epiphany”
The Fourth Sunday of Epiphany remind us of our joy and duty to share the gospel of the Incarnate Lord made manifest, but it also reminds us of the difficulties we can face in doing so.Continue reading “Fourth Sunday after Epiphany”
Reflections on Scripture and community based on the Lectionary readings for last Sunday, the Third Sunday after Epiphany.Continue reading “Third Sunday After Epiphany”
A reflection on the previous Sunday’s Lectionary readings.Continue reading “Second Sunday after Epiphany”
In 2019, and always, our greatest tool for fighting sin is remembering the great works that God has done for us.Continue reading “Resolve to Remember God’s Faithfulness in 2019”
Reflections on this week’s Lectionary readings – how do we live in light of the incarnate King?Continue reading “First Sunday after Christmas”
What is our comfort in our affliction? According to the Psalmist, the comfort comes from nothing less than the Law itself.
In this post, I am going to outline a methodology for finding allusions in the Scriptures proposed by Dale Allison in The New Moses: A Matthean Typology. This post will outline a few details from his book with a few emendations of my own.