An Overview of Posts

Highlighted Posts
*Breeze, Blackberries, and Grace
*Judas Iscariot and Jesus
*Fullness through emptiness
*The power of poetic imagination: "waters and stream" in Amos 5:24
*Misunderstandings about Logos Theology or High Christology in the Fourth Gospel

*Pistis Christou in Gal 2:16, 20, and Rom 3:22
*Pistis Christou vs Pistis en Christo
*Jesus means nothing unless there is something worth to imitate

*Charity ends, but love never ends (1 Cor 13)
*Green Seminary Initiatives and John's Gospel: Logos and God's Creation

Some old posts
Letter to President Trump
Differences, whether personally or culturally, are not wrong by themselves but can be a moment of engagement with one another through the love of God.

Critical biblical interpretation
Overall, the purpose of biblical studies is to raise critical awareness of biblical texts and help students to engage them critically and faithfully.

"Doctor, cure yourself" (Luke 4:23)
Sometimes students read a biblical text out of context. One case in point comes from Jesus's saying of a proverb, "Doctor, cure yourself" (Lk 4:23).

"Come on from down and under"
Seeing the world and humanity from the perspective of marginality: "from down and under"

Joseph's dream represents a dominant, triumphant, imperial perspective
Namely, Joseph's dream is so naive and selfish.

A new translation of 1 Cor 12:27
"You are a Christic body and you have to embody Christ individually and communally."

"Jesus did not come simply to die"
He was supposed to live a good life without a tragic death on the cross.

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