Tag Archives: Christian ethics

The offering of love

The story of Jesus under scrutiny at a dinner party (Luke 14:1, 7-14) certainly is not a guide for how to prepare a seating chart for guests, nor is it an example of how not to speak to your hosts if you expect to be invited back again. It’s an invitation, I think, to consider […]

Love wins

What we’re looking for in this election year or in any year, I believe, is not a leader who will best embody our hopes and aspirations. (Even Jesus tried his best to avoid being that kind of leader. Such leaders always disappoint.) What we’re looking for behind the electoral extravaganza is an experience of the […]