Theology

The Host and the Servant of the New Creation: A Homily

This is a sermon I preached on Maundy Thursday 2016, which Joel graciously let me share with you via his

John Chrysostom

John Chrysostom’s Christmas Homily

Image via Wikipedia I have come to admire the Golden Mouth, John Chrysostom, from a homiletic standpoint as well as

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

Bible Translation

Hebrews – Chapter 13

Hebrews 13:1-25 from the Commentary in Translation Version (1)  Let brotherly love last. (2)  Stop neglecting hospitality, for by this

Controversial

Hebrews – Chapter 12

Hebrews 12:1-29 from the Commentary in Translation Version (1)  Therefore, let us also keep running our race which is set

Church History

John Chrysostom on deeply rooted doctrines

Beloved, our condition needs much endurance; and endurance is produced when doctrines are deeply rooted. For as no wind is

Bible Translation

Hebrews – Chapter 11

This is perhaps one of the most well known passages in the entire bible, dictating a virtual hall of fame