Two people can experience the same event, yet come up with two different interpretations of it. I realized this when, as a child, I was sitting high up in the stands watching an automobile race with my father and his brother, my uncle Ray. An old ice cream vendor was... more
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Paul faces the same problem with his community in Corinth that the four evangelists later will experience with their communities in other parts of the biblical world. Lots of people want to get the "goodies" which faith in Jesus promises, but few want to acquire them... more
Our sacred authors often warn us that not everything done in the name of God is something God wants. The prophets whom God places in our midst are supposed to point out that distinction. No passage of Scripture teaches this better than today's well-known, disturbing... more
Watching part of an "old" 50s movie on television the other day, I heard one of the characters remark, "Mr. Anthony doesn't live in my neighborhood." Almost no one under 60 knows what that comment means. It refers to a popular TV show of the era - The Millionaire - in... more