This week, we’ll have what may be the last opportunity in our lifetimes to experience the intersection of Good Friday and the feast of the Annunciation. We invite you to read Kevin Birth’s thoughtful exploration of this calendrical coincidence below, and to consider meditating on John Donne’s poetic exploration of the same coincidence tomorrow, on Good Friday itself.
Jesus without Borders: Christology in the Majority World, Gene L. Green, Stephen T. Pardue, K.K. Yeo eds. Grand Rapids, Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2014. Summary: Eight theologians from different parts of the world came together for a theological dialogue on Christology, engaging the Chalcedonian definition of Christology and reflecting on the unique perspective they bring on Christology […]
Final piece of a 4-part series by a recent PhD recipient who has been involved with ESN and wanted to share lessons he learned during graduate school.
Over the weekend, a friend asked me a good question about the resurrection: Why does it say “He is risen“? Shouldn’t it be “He has risen”? Most modern translations actually use “He has risen” in places like Matt. 28:6. But “He is risen” still holds a central place in our Christian vocabulary. Just to cite two […]
Part 3 (of 4) of a series by a recent PhD recipient who has been involved with ESN and wanted to share lessons he learned during graduate school.