Photo by Rakicevic Nenad on Pexels.com This is the second portion of my previous piece about Exegesis. Please feel free to reference that prior to reading this. Here, I will explicate the basics on what kinds of questions and interests an exegete should have when reading the biblical text. Have you ever read Romeo and … Continue reading Exegesis/ Hermeneutics 101: Never Read the Bible the Same Way Again Pt. 2
Photo by fotografierende on Pexels.com Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't put Humpty together again. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/46951/humpty-dumpty-sat-on-a-wall When you read this nursery rhyme, think about any crystallizations of the story you have in your mind. Maybe you have read it … Continue reading Exegesis vs. Eisegesis: Undoing how Church has Taught us to Read the Bible
Photo by Craig Adderley on Pexels.com 1. Students between the ages of 17-24 are not financially independent of their families and rely on them for funding and help with college tuition as well as funding for housing, food, etc. 2. Students between these ages are also reliant upon other resources for funding including financial aid, … Continue reading Why are LGBTQ+ folks at Christian Universities? Here are the top reasons (and a better question to ask).
Photo by Vlad Bagacian on Pexels.com "Any theology that fails to accept the finitude of its categories, speaking instead as if it knows the whole truth and nothing but the truth, is guilty of blasphemy of an ideological distortion of divine reality."James Cone, God of the Oppressed