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A Future World

November 28, 2021
Amid dark portents, signs in sun, moon, and stars, Jesus commands us to “raise your heads,” and tells us to offer testimony that “the kingdom of God is near.” It’s…

A Grateful Heart

November 25, 2021

Many people in power (for that’s what politics is about— power) are tempted to believe that they are very important, very powerful people, in charge. The last words of David,…
Right at the beginning of Mark’s Gospel, Jesus apocalyptically announced the coming reign of God. The coming of God into the world is a mix of good news and bad…
The author of Hebrews looks at the crucifixion from a theological standpoint, not focusing on what happened from a historical point of view, but what it means for the world.…


October 31, 2021
In today’s Gospel, Jesus raises from the dead his friend Lazarus. “Unbind him and let him go,” Jesus commands when he gets to Lazarus’ tomb. Jesus goes to the place…

Are the Righteous Rewarded?

October 24, 2021
The God who has done these things to Job has spoken out of a whirlwind. That whirlwind becomes a kind of metaphor for the God that we meet in the…

The Ladder of Greatness

October 17, 2021
Jesus changes the definition of greatness. Greatness isn’t about climbing the ladder of superiority, it’s about descending the ladder of humility. Jesus came not to rule and reign but to…

Good Teacher

October 10, 2021
This is a story with a sad ending. Someone is invited to follow Jesus, and the invitee refuses. And yet we must note that the episode doesn’t end with the…

Jesus Christ is Lord

September 29, 2021
The lesson from Hebrews opens with a contrast between the partial revelations of God in the past with the fullness of revelation in Christ. It’s not so much that what…

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