By Christopher Seitz One of my goals in college was to get the grades necessary to apply to a top law school. I happened to take a course in Old Testament, and the professor asked me to stay on and be a teaching assistant. In my junior year, he was preachi... Read More...
Lectionary and liturgical change has largely emptied Anglican services of Old Testament readings.
The Vision Glorious, part two
Now in Holy Week, we remember where we began: with ashes smeared on our foreheads.
Richard Hays shows that a distinctively Christian reading of the Scriptures is readily defensible once one learns how to read well.
In discussions of same-sex marriage, we end up with a strange (and strangely popular) historicist interpretation of the “Council of Jerusalem” in Acts 15.