Being dismissed never stops being shocking. Despite experience, expertise and passion in a few different areas, there are still plenty of times that colleagues and acquaintances see me – someoneContinue reading >>
That they may be one – thoughts on Reformation Day
As a teacher of Church History, I find today’s 500th anniversary of the Reformation somewhat exciting. Sad, but exciting. Notable might be a better word. Every year I teach aContinue reading >>
Some theology after Charlottesville
Whoever hears the message of the resurrection of Christ in such a way that in it the cry of the crucified has become inaudible, hears not the Gospel but aContinue reading >>
How do we tell the evil truths?
Her name was Eudocia Tomas Pulido. We called her Lola. She was 4 foot 11, with mocha-brown skin and almond eyes that I can still see looking into mine—my firstContinue reading >>
My father had an Aunt Lucy who I, of course, also considered my aunt, and who died too young of cancer. Her wake and funeral were full of Italian familyContinue reading >>