Tag Archives: Paul

Gender Fluidity in the Bible

What Happens When Queer Theory is Applied to Scripture? A talk given on March 21, 2018 at the Anglican Parish of St. George the Martyr, Cadboro Bay, in the Municipal District of Saanich, a suburb within Greater Victoria, BC, as … Continue reading

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Lenten Readings: Day 15

Creating Dilemmas In today’s second reading in the Daily Office Lectionary Paul continues to build up the consequences of relying on good conduct before the Judgement of God. In the first paragraph today (Romans 2.25-29) Paul uses circumcision as the … Continue reading

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Lenten Readings: Day 11

Roman Holiday Today we begin reading Paul’s Letter to the Romans, and over the next four weeks we will work our way from the very beginning to the end of chapter eleven. We then pick it up later in Eastertide … Continue reading

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Day Twelve of An Advent Calendar: The Coming of the Lawless One

Thursday, December 8, 2016     Thursday after the Second Sunday of Advent Isaiah 7.1–9 2 Thessalonians 2.1–12 Luke 22.1–13 The text of the readings follows after the comments. We start Paul’s Second Letter to the Thessalonians today. It may be the … Continue reading

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What Does Kenosis Solve and Not Solve? Part 1

What Does Kenosis Solve & Not Solve?                                                                                 David Bruce Bryant-Scott BA MDiv ThM                                                                                     PhD student, Heythrop College, University of London                                                             June 5, 2015 11:00 am The Campion Room Good morning. My name is Bruce Bryant-Scott, and I am working on … Continue reading

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On Hearing That Letter From Paul to the Romans

My name is Hermes. I am a freedman of the household of Aristobulus in the city of Rome, in the neighbourhood of Subura. I want to tell you about something that happened. A letter came from Paul from back east. … Continue reading

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