Christian Ethics, Mercy, Reconciliation, Scripture Reflection

Lukan Perspectives: The Sinful Woman & The Good Samaritan

These stories which are unique to Luke give us a beautiful portrait of a prophet, teacher, and savior who knows our hearts, minds and whose love is universal. Here we see Jesus as one that focused on the introspection of the individual, sought out the outcast and the lost, was inclusive of women, brought peace… Continue reading Lukan Perspectives: The Sinful Woman & The Good Samaritan

Book Review, Christian Ethics

Ethics as Improvisation

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/7d/09/35/7d09357fbe3a1760885bc518e274b778.png   Wells,┬áThe Drama of Christian Ethics: Improvisation. Grand Rapids: Brazos Press, 2004. pp. 236. pb. ISBN 1-58743-071-1. Using the backdrop of the five act play, Wells imaginatively interprets the Christian community as players incorporated through baptism as part of the 4th act. Then the community, in anticipating the 5th act, is invited to faithful… Continue reading Ethics as Improvisation