Scripture

What’s Up With The Narrative Lectionary?

In my wonderings around the interweb last night, I stumbled across the Narrative Lectionary. My curiosity was peaked and so

Church History

St. John Chrysostom on keeping Christmas

Image via Wikipedia Yesterday, although it was a feast-day of Satan, you preferred to keep a spiritual feast, recieving our

John Wesley

Dear UMC: Please No New Denominations

Personal Note This is the first time I’m writing a blog post for Unsettled Christianity—or any blog post, for that

Theology

The Hope That Lies Within You

I want to challenge you to share. I realize that opening the door to a subject matter like this can

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

Melito of Sardis

Melito of Sardis – Introduction

In celebration of this Easter, I am reposting several of my posts on Melito of Sardis. In my opinion, he

Society and Religion

Absolving people from their sin has a positive prosocial effect

Here you go Church leaders everywhere; if you wish to up the donations, ensure you absolve folk of their sins: