We’ve all been curious to visit a restaurant but haven’t been certain what patrons’ expectations or the restaurant’s expectations of attire are. In other words, will we stick out like a sore […]
Luke doesn’t stop with the story of Jesus’ birth. To Luke, Jesus’ birth is a continuation of the long story of Israel. However, the birth also begins the climactic episode of Israel’s story, which reveals […]
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This is a reading from Jesus and the Victory of God (pp. 411-428) that wrestles with viewpoints on what Jesus’ action in the Temple (overthrowing the tables, etc.) actually meant. Thick […]
Alfred (above right) wrote an email on December 12th of this year (2016) and briefly shared news with me and others of another attack on Coptic Christians, this time 15 minutes from […]
Is Peter’s Baptism Old Fashioned? Peter’s baptism is as relevant today as Noah’s ark was when the ancient rains started the flood. But how? First we need to read. “13 Who is […]
We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as […]
Three quick questions will give you a hint as to what this article is about. 1. “What would the world be like if children had no curiosity?” 2. “What would the […]