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Battle of Jerico - Jean Fouquet

A Prayer to Heal Vicious Nationalism

A deeper study of the Psalms is helping me understand why this ancient poetry has continued to be treasured and how they apply to the most challenging contemporary struggles. This came to thought when the Charlie Hebdo killings occurred and the West responded with increasing concern about the jihadist form of Islam. Could the Psalms […]

Happy New Year

Guest Post: The New Year and the Word (Logos)

Friends:  This is our first guest blog from friend and scholar, Dr. Susan Humble (New Testament and Early Christianity, University of Denver and Iliff School of Theology).  Having recently completed her doctorate on the Gospel of John, we thought you would find her insights particularly of interest as the calendar draws into another year.  Please […]

"The Archangel Gabriel announces the birth of John the Baptist to Zechariah"

Lessons from Zechariah

You may have more in common with Zechariah than you realize—the one that Luke writes about in his opening chapter (since there are a number of Zechariahs throughout the Scriptures). This Zechariah loved God, no doubt about that, having served in the ‘family business’ of being a priest his entire life. That can be like […]


Madelon Maupin
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