Posts in Seminary
Violence as a Form of Justice - Informing Understanding, Shaping Judgment, and Guiding Behavior - Scripture and Tradition

The crucifixion of Jesus alone illustrates that violence is not a form of justice compatible with His teachings.  Leading up to Jesus’ moment of death on Calvary, His own disciples attempted to use violence in the prevention of His arrest.

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We Are The Walking Dead

In our endless conflict over relevancy, which essentially has become how do we get millennials to walk through our doors we are moving like the walking dead. Not quite dead but not quite living. Not quite living because we have forgotten that the one who called us and sent us was not concerned with relevancy. Christ himself was concerned with two things: loving God and loving each other.

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