On the Transfer of Power in Congress

   The Washington Post recently ran a photo of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez which calls to mind one of the texts appointed for this week by the Revised Common Lectionary. Both the photo and the text depict an incorporation of sorts, one party melding into another, and both involve the transfer of power, but one of them... Continue Reading →

Always Both the Stable and the Inn

Epiphany, January 6, 2019 (Read lectionary texts here.)    “Where is the child born king of the Jews?” ask the men from the east.    What does that question mean to them, and what would it mean to me?    To them it must mean, ‘Where is the person who is finally going to remove the... Continue Reading →

Fighting Guns with Christian Witness

   The Washington Post recently profiled a typical day of gun violence in America, and following that trail of blood across the country made me think again that only people with a certain kind of standing ought to have a say in certain matters. The abortion debate should be left to people who have experience... Continue Reading →

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