Apologetics

So this is going around again…

This piece, written by Luke Timothy Johnson, is going around in the (so called) centrist United Methodist Circles. It was

Hermeneutics

St. Bonaventure on the depth (of meaning) of Scripture

The entire chapter is worth reading, but St Bonaventure (a mythic and a theologian (really, can you be one or

Christian Education

Follow up to Joel Watts Last Blog

I believe it is time for us to begin to think about these things! Period! Joel Watts last blog in

Hermeneutics

Melito of Sardis: Mystery of the Passover

This is a series of repost for Easter from Melito of Sardis. What more can I add here? Components of

Hermeneutics

Melito of Sardis: The Old Testament and the New Testament

I am reposting Melito for Easter. I have posted on Melito some before, and find myself returning to him for

Hermeneutics

Easter with Melito – Typology in the Old Testament concerning Christ

This week, I am going back through my old posts on Melito of Sardis. So, here we go, a bit

Hermeneutics

Why the Bible Shouldn’t Have to be “Applied”

After a brief hiatus, I’ve jump-started my search for a well-defined, workable Christocentric hermeneutic. We’re not quite there yet, but

Hermeneutics

Why It’s NOT all about Me…or You

I’m not saying anything surprising when I say that Americans are a self-absorbed lot. This may also be true about