Romans in the Shadow of Empire
Introducing Romans Disarmed
Romans 12&13 Remixed: A Post-Inauguration Targum
Time is up for the oppressive laws of the state, so obey the law of love. Time is up for the empire, so live in the Kingdom.
“We’re all sluts”
[a sermon on Romans 2.1-16 preached at Wine Before Breakfast on October 9, 2012] by Amy Fisher Deb and I were talking about the songs for this morning and she was reciting some of the words from a song when she broke off to interpret the lyrics for me: “Basically he’s calling her a slut.”
Empire, Idolatry and Homosexuality: Romans 1.18-32 revisited
by Brian Walsh (a sermon preached at Wine Before Breakfast on October 2, 2012) Let’s be clear about something from the start this morning.
by Brian Walsh They’ve come to be known as the “clobber texts.”
In the Alleys
Reflection on Romans 1:16-25 Wine Before Breakfast September 25, 2012 by Andrew Stephens-Rennie I’ve always thought Paul was a little off.
The Power of the Gospel
by Brian Walsh [At Wine Before Breakfast we are again meditating on Paul’s letter to the Romans.
Targum :: Romans 1.16-32 (take two)
by Brian Walsh Some months ago I posted a targum on Romans 1.1-25 that received a fair bit of attention.
Targum :: Romans 1.1-25
by Brian Walsh In Bob Goudzwaard’s blog on the economic crisis, he raises the issue of idolatry.
To Hell With Romans 13
by Brian Walsh A reflection on Romans 13:1-7 Wine Before Breakfast Originally Delivered February 6, 2007 Let me put my cards on the table right from the outset.
Is it strange that all along while we’ve been awaiting a saviour, Creation has been waiting for the same thing?
Targum :: Romans 1.1-17
by Brian Walsh Paul, a slave of Jesus the Messiah, called to a ministry of authority in a world that is suspicious of all authority, set apart in a world that attempts to construct a bland consumerist sameness, proclaimer of nothing less then the gospel God, the good news of God’s radical kingdom.