Daily Archives: April 4, 2014

Open Mic Thread 1

At the suggestion of ‘The Man Who Was…’, a frequent commenter in these parts, I am going to start a new series of posts. Every couple of weeks, I will publish a post like this, without a specific topic. The … Continue reading

Posted in Open Mic, Public Service Announcement | 104 Comments

Jesus Before Pilate

While on the subject of guest posts, here are two other pieces that I wrote over the last couple of weeks. Both are reflections upon political themes present within Jesus’ appearance before Pontius Pilate as recorded in the gospel of John. … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Holy Week, John, NT, NT Theology, Theological | 2 Comments

A Conversation on Lent, Individualism, and Christian Piety

My friend Jake Meador and I had a wide-ranging e-mail conversation over the last few days. It was posted on Mere Orthodoxy earlier today. It is lengthy, but worth checking out. The following are a few quotations from our discussion to … Continue reading

Posted in Church History, Culture, Guest Post, Lent, The Church, Theological, Worship | 2 Comments