The New Cambridge History of the Bible is a four-volume scholarly project on the history of the use and abuse of the Bible. Volume 3 of this project primarily covers the western Christian Church during the period of 1450 to 1750, from the end of the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment.
A New New Testament: A Bible for the 21st Century Combining Traditional and Newly Discovered Texts, edited with commentary by Hal Taussig (Polbridge Press, 2014… Continue reading →
“Jesus’ own vision of his ministry was more universal than you say. This is one of our key stories which illustrate the movement within Jesus during his lifetime enabling him to see his mission as one including us. This woman…is indeed for us the foremother of the mission which includes us as Gentiles. Just as she won healing and wholeness for her daughter, so too she won it for us, her daughters and sons today.”
Quakers are right to select Paul as one of their spiritual ancestors Careful choice of ancestors is important to our spiritual lives of all humans. Paul is a go… Continue reading →
Just as there are many “Christianities,” there are many forms of “Christian Universalism.” I seek to follow the faith and practice of the historic… Continue reading →