There was a laugh to fit each of us, and it was chaos, and it was miraculous.
I found the Holy Spirit when I was not seeking him — and in the most unlikely of places: an Episopal chapel.
While theology gave me an expanded vocabulary for talking about God, I felt increasingly paralyzed by over-analysis when I tried talking to him.
The revelatory power of dreams is a fairly common theme in Scripture.
Refresh my memory, / With words of Moses and Jesus, / To help me follow your ways / And imagine your future.
Babel, Pentecost, and a language for the gentiles
Ascension and Pentecost represent two movements — the upward and the downward — of Luke’s “new Sinai,” the initiation and ratification of Christ’s new covenant.
In this post, I want to offer a few further observations that could prove helpful, if the biblical-historical situation of Gentile inclusion in Acts 15 and other places is to provide clues for a way forward in a mixed-economy Anglicanism.