Last Sunday’s Gospel was Luke’s familiar story of Jesus’ visit with Mary and Martha. Before Mass, I quickly glanced at the readings and sighed. This one again, I thought to myself. Another chance to feel […]
Re-Reading the Gospel of Matthew: Expecting the Unexpected
This past year I had the pleasure of teaching two sections of my university’s required introductory theology course, Foundations of Theology: Biblical and Historical, and I am slated to teach it again this fall as […]
Five Responses to Job’s Suffering
For to me sighing comes more readily than food; my groans well forth like water. For what I feared overtakes me; what I dreaded comes upon me. I have no peace nor ease; I have […]
In you I take refuge: the political vision of the Psalms
The Psalms aren’t generally the first place we think to look in the Bible for a political vision, perhaps because they are so often used as a source of private consolation or words of praise […]
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