Mark

A Quote for the Evening… The Mundane

Creative artistry can subtly guide or suddenly jolt us into recognizing the splendor in the mundane. “Normal” may not actually

Sirach

Protestants May Have a Deficient Canon…heretics

Michael Barber has a post up, leading to another post, and was pointed out by this guy. Barber gives a

Liturgy and Worship

First Outline of the Book of Revelation

As you know, I am working on the Book of Revelation as a liturgical drama (yes, I am perhaps the

Religion and Politics

Quote of the Day, maybe the month, the Real Cost of War

We are wasting $700 million a day to pay for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, while our teachers, firefighters

Liturgy and Worship

UM Work and Worship Project: Revelation as Liturgical Drama

I’ve been inspired by reading Timothy Gombis‘ work – no doubt you’ve noticed. While I am not going to –

Other Posts

Moshe Weinfeld and Deuteronomy’s Wisdom

You know the drill…. Question: Briefly discuss Weinfeld’s contributions to the discussion of the relationship between Wisdom and the book

Devotional

Do you still consider Mary blessed?

I’m always thinking of ways to annoy a few of you. This one just came easy – For he took

Other Posts

Basil the Great – A Sad Individual Indeed

From the DailyGospel.org: Saint Basil (c.330-379), monk and Bishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia, Doctor of the Church Homily 7, on