Here’s a quick look at activities coming up under our roof June 2 – August 24
The Case against Civil Religion
There’s a saying, “Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.” I am a fool to take on this text, described in one commentary as “nasty”, and by another as
“the most contentious and confrontational scene” in the book of Acts.
Barriers, Boundaries and Bread
Acts is an action movie in print. Luke rushes from one thing to the next, panning over the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean to zoom quickly in on one amazing, often miraculous, resurrection act of one apostle, before moving on to the next with barely a breath or reflection.
Here’s a quick look at activities coming up under our roof May 19 – June 7
Here’s a quick look at activities coming up under our roof May 5 – 28
The Same Road in a Different Direction
When we portrayed this tale together with the children present, I’m afraid I wussed out. I softened Luke’s characterization of Saul of Tarsus a little, making him out to be potentially, “one of us” sincere, but misguided,…