A common table is a great equalizer. It says we sit at the same level and eat the same food, sharing the same need and enjoying the same grace. And Christian hospitality requires us to do that with people less like ourselves. Continue reading the way the world (should) end
There are innocent people in jail, and there are even more guilty ones on the street. But in the end we are all at least partially protected by the system from capricious power and emotional judgments. Continue reading congratulations Casey?
An occasional commentary. I wouldn’t be making any doctrine out of this stuff if I were you.
Genesis 11: 4. Let us make a name for ourselves.
That’s pretty much the whole problem, isn’t it. We’re all so full of ourselves, babel-ing away about our self-sufficiency. So they built a city “lest we be dispersed over the face of the whole earth.” But God already told them to “fill the earth.” Pride is the root of disobedience. Continue reading “the Genesis file, part 2. Men that believe”