Sheepfolds, Palaces, and Leprechauns: A Rebuttal of Curran’s History of Fairies and Religion

In his book, The Truth About Leprechauns, Bob Curran collects and organizes all the extant knowledge we have on these small creatures in fascinating detail. Continue reading “Sheepfolds, Palaces, and Leprechauns: A Rebuttal of Curran’s History of Fairies and Religion”

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The Woman Caught in Adultery (Part 4): Prodigal Imprints in John 8

The story of the woman caught in adultery in John 8 serves many fascinating purposes within John’s narrative, and functions as a story about forgiveness. Continue reading “The Woman Caught in Adultery (Part 4): Prodigal Imprints in John 8”

The House of the Father: Temple Imagery in Luke 15

The narrative unity within Luke’s fifteenth chapter continues to offer insight into the ministry of Jesus, as well as the heart of God. Continue reading “The House of the Father: Temple Imagery in Luke 15”

Even the Tenth Coin: The Universalism of Luke 15

In the gospel of Luke, the author records a teaching of Jesus to a diverse and eclectic crowd. Continue reading “Even the Tenth Coin: The Universalism of Luke 15”