Two messages of interest to EP endorsers come this week from the University of Dayton. The first, from Katherine Schmidt, a UD graduate student in theology, considers stranded cruise ships and the persistence of scapegoating.
The second, from UD Professor and EP board member, Jana Bennett, looks at the Transfiguration, torture, and the ethical formation found in a series of small moments.
Since we’ve now worked through the three year lectionary cycle, we have links to all the previous year C posts (2009-2010) here. But, if you would rather see the reflections in one document, it’s now available as a pdf.
The authors for the year C bLOGOS reflections are: Ragan Sutterfield, Brian Volck, Jenny Williams, Doug Lee, Kyle Childress, Debra Dean Murphy, Halden Doerge, Janice Love, Mark Ryan, Doug Lee, Jake Wilson, Tobias Winright, and The Ekklesia Project. Copyright © 2013 Ekklesia Project. All rights reserved.
We’ve been doing bLOGOS long enough that we are now posting our second set of Year C lectionary reflections. We’ll have new posts every week, and there will be links to the previous posts, but here’s the complete list of links for those planning ahead. Read more
Ragan Sutterfield reviews John Alexander’s book for the Englewood Review of Books:
“The job of the church, the most significant work we have to do, is to love one another, celebrate and welcome one another’s gifts, and be Christ’s body in the world. Of course we all know that most churches are nothing like this…Why is it so hard for us to be church?”
Read the full review.