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Hate Evil and Love Good

Exiled near Babylon by the River Chebar, Ezekiel was commissioned by God to proclaim that the locus of God’s presence in Israel, the city of Jerusalem, would be utterly devastated (Ezekiel 3:22–6:14). And growing up in the priestly succession (1:3), Ezekiel would have been quite familiar with the central, most intimate infrastructure that housed God’s […]

The Glory of God in Poetry

For the January term, I had the privilege of teaching a poetry intensive course for the History of Ideas program at Bethlehem College & Seminary. As a class, we were prepared for the methodical and deliberate pace demanded by the poetry’s density. In our range of pieces from Caedmon to T.S. Eliot and a high […]