It’s been a busy couple of weeks. Traveling, work shops on digitization and information fluency, pressing publication schedules, and the grind of the semester have reduced the output from this site. I have lots in the work that I hope to get out in the next couple of weeks including a Corinthian Scholarship (monthly).
In the meantime… As I noted last year (here and here), 1 Corinthians is central to the celebration of the central event of the Christian faith: death and resurrection. Western churches everywhere reflected on the 15th chapter of 1 Corinthians this past weekend; Orthodox celebrations will occur this coming weekend. In the spirit of this feast, I post a few short reflections on Paul and 1 Corinthians 15.
- When we stand at the Resurrection (Salisbury Post)
- Songs We Sing at Easter No. 4: “Christ the Lord Is Risen Today” (The Gasden Times)
- Faith Perspective: Jesus delivered on his prediction (Green Bay Gazette)
- The Great Proclamation (Mike Tsichlis, for Eastern Orthodox perspective)