© David Bruce Bryant-Scott and The Island Parson (brucebryantscott.wordpress.com), 2017-2020. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to David Bruce Bryant-Scott and The Island Parson with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.
Justice in II Isaiah… on The Call of Isaiah God’s Story |… on A Common History God’s Story |… on A Witness and a Testimony A Common History | T… on A Witness and a Testimony Bill Montgomery on A Witness and a Testimony
Tag Archives: Interpretation
Day Three of “Through Advent with Isaiah” What happens when we read? How do we understand a text? We are such a literate culture that we take reading for granted; we really don’t know what it is like to live … Continue reading
How To Make It Hard To Understand Romans One of the reasons I wanted to do reflections in Lent on the second reading from the Daily Office Lectionary was because I saw that for most of the season it was … Continue reading
A JOKE St Peter was at the pearly Gates of Heaven when someone arrived. Peter said, “Now, before I can let you in you just have to answer this simple question. How are we saved?” The newly deceased but eager … Continue reading
Ah, the Christmas story. We’ve seen it in pageants, in children’s Christmas books, in movies telling the story, narrated in Christmas carols, and parodied by Monty Python and thousands of others. We think we know it. And yet, when we … Continue reading
“What is the meaning of this passage?” There have been many ways of answering this question. Indeed, there is a whole science called Hermeneutics that looks at how to interpret things (check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermeneutics). Anglo-American Analytical philosophy is entirely about … Continue reading