I Corinthians 13: Colossus, Rise & Swallow Death


“When Enkidu heard these words he tore out the Bull’s right thigh and tossed it in her face saying, ‘If I could lay my hands on you, it is this I should do to you, and lash the entrails to your side.’” The Epic of Gilgamensh “And now I will show you the most excellent [Read More...]

A Divine Comedy, of Sorts: On Banana Peel Theology

Michelangelo's "Jonah" / Sistine Chapel

“He laughed, he, Jorge. For the first time I heard him laugh.”                                               The Name of the Rose, Umberto Eco Rarely does one leap from slumber at 3 a.m. eagerly. But that Summer [Read More...]

Jesus Wept, Einstein’s Regret & How a Frenchman Fueled the Hermeneutics Wars

Duccio di Buoninsegna - Christ Accused by the Pharisees

With 20 centuries under its biblical belt, Christian history offers its fair share of landmark bloopers. Major flubs that immediately spring to mind are the Great Schism, the Avignon Papacy, and that dreadful day in 2013 when Liberty University invited Kirk Cameron and Justin Bieber’s mom to speak at convocation. If I could hop in a [Read More...]