The poetics of the nativity and some stray thoughts on the Magnificat.
I read nice little article on the Gospel of John this morning on the website of Biblical Archaeology Review (my favorite magazine, but I missed a month because of the move–drats!) that roots around at Johannine authorship. John never self-identifies, but maintains literary distance by describing himself as the “disciple whom Jesus loved” or the […]
I began my “Biographies in Acts” sermon series yesterday by surveying the prominent women in the book. Understandably, Acts is a male dominated text as is most of the Bible. But if we look hard enough we can glimpse the dawn of a new world in which there is “neither male nor female” but all […]