Review for the Son of God feature film.
To finally put the last piece on this week’s series of posts, we need to go back to Luke 5. It’s right after Jesus heals the paralyzed… Read more “The Contagious Gospel: Jesus as a Friend to Sinners”
His whole life had been defined by distance. He was an “outsider,” they told him; a Samaritan. To this day he still couldn’t remember all the reasons… Read more “From Leper to Love”
Part of a series through Marva Dawn’s book on worship.
“I’m not sure quite how to put this…but I’m kind of a big deal. People know me.” (-Ron Burgundy, Anchorman)
Getting some work done today, I found myself listening to the latest album from Damien Jurado, Saint Bartlett.
Story. Stories – our stories, matter. It was the postmodern philosopher Francois Lyotard (apparently named after an unattractive female garment) who said that il n’y a pas… Read more “LOST: Narrative and Meaning (Part 2)”
I totally realize this is more than a week late. But I’ve been sick and you can deal. Also, if you’re looking for explanations and theories, you’ve… Read more “LOST: Finale Reactions (Part 1)”
While truth comes to us in many forms, it is most vividly received in the context of story. It is within the context of story that readers… Read more ““Death Working Backwards:” Narnia, Deeper Magic, and Easter”
They’d been adrift for days. Plans, it seems, have their own unique way of crumbling, like the exterior of the B-17 bomber over the pacific. His name… Read more “Adrift (and our soul felt its worth)”