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From Maximillian Kolbe to Oscar Romero
It is a short path from Maximillian Kolbe to Oscar Romero.
Dancing to the End of Love … at Auschwitz
A dance of the displaced, a dance of the diaspora, exiled within exile.
In Name Alone
Not wishing to impose Divine will upon them, God gave them up in the lusts of their hearts to impurity. A Christian nation in name alone.
Bound to Betray
Betrayal unravels the very fabric of creation. The grief of God resonates with the grief of all creation.
God’s Pathos, Broken Love
Yahweh is singing the blues. And it is terrible.
Jeremiah’s Call and Desperate Times
Without prophetic critique, hope before breakfast will be little more than cheap optimism at best, and a pious cover-up at worst.
From Transfixed to Hope: Hope Before Breakfast
We may be sleepy, but we will not be numb. Hope and history may not rhyme, but we gather nonetheless with a radical and stubborn hope, even before breakfast!
We arrived at the trendy new wine bar slash cafe on Bloor Street.
Respected elders in the United States, our mothers and fathers in the faith, reclaim Jesus in the face of the heresies of American empire.
Dangerous Angels: Bruce Cockburn’s Prophetic Pilgrimage
If you wrestle with angels, you'll always end up with a limp.
Holy Week and the March for our Lives
For these kids it is already Holy Saturday. The crucifixion has already happened and their friends are in the ground. But they did not run away. They marched on Washington.
Character and the Crisis of Home
Character and the crisis of home. Or perhaps we could say, spiritual bankruptcy and the deformation of character. Or maybe, moral ecology and the collapse of home.
Angel’s Envy, Psalm 41 and Adam Wood
Angel's Envy. Who knows, maybe the angels envy my friend Adam Wood. Not even the angels meet that kind of integrity everyday.
Resurrecting Religion: A Review
Like James before him, Greg Paul wants to resurrect religion, give it a new body, allow it to be what it is called to be, coming to life again, with all of its scars open to view.
Epiphany, Fire and Fury
Didn't Herod the Great say that he would "Make Judea Great Again?"
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