Tag Archive: Jesus Christ

Easter in My Landscape: Celtic Reflections on the Season

“The joy of this interaction is intense. I carry him like a treasure into a thicket, near a great expanse of pasture, and away from the road…”

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Pilate and Claudia

“I thrust my hand towards him, and bellowed, ‘Behold, the Man!'”

Jesus of Nazareth: Easter Classic Is Still Better Than Creepy Robots

“First released in time for Easter back in 1977, Franco Zeffirelli’s epic miniseries Jesus of Nazareth was a staple of American television for years…”

All Things New: A Passiontide Reflection

“The deluge comes forth, blood and water pouring forth from the cup that overflows, to the last drop, to the farthest extent, to the breaking point of the Unbroken One for those broken beings who do not know what they are doing…”

Spy Wednesday

“The telling of the
true tale of the betrayal
of love, of light, of God…”

The Coming of the King

“Come, oh come, oh spotless Sacrifice; You have come to pay our heavy price…”

An Ordinary Christmas: Reflections on the Gospel of Luke’s Nativity Narrative

“One of the things that strikes me most about Luke’s account of the birth of Christ, and events surrounding it, are the ordinary aspects of the story…”

Jesus: Not Just a “Good Guy”

“Jesus had an enormous impact on human history, whether you’re a believer or not. He was not simply ‘just a good guy’…”