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Those annoying pop-ups on your laptop screen serve one purpose: to nag you into doing something.... more
We look at some scenes in which famous people have left the public stage. Then we consider Jesus, who had the most amazing exit ever. ... more
Special Installment: Good Friday Defendants who feel that the justice system gave them a bad deal might be able to get a new trial or a verdict overturned on the basis of “reversible errors.” Jesus did not exercise this option.... more
What English word would you use to describe the joy when you realize that Christ is risen?... more
Beyond the Lectionary: Holy Humor Sunday On the Sunday following Easter, congregations around the world will engage in a ritual called “Holy Laughter.”... more
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Psalm 22 begins on a negative note, but ends on a positive one. This is how we often live life — between Cassandra and Pollyanna.