There’s a certain irony here: Simon Peter’s comfort staying in the home of a Jewish Tanner and his great discomfort entering the home of a spit and polish Roman centurion. It says something about our prejudices.
Acts 10: 34-43 Our … Continue reading →
The radical truth of Christianity, which sets it off from all other world-faiths, is that God became a human being and not just any human being, but Jesus of Nazareth. He was a Jew. But he wasn’t just any Jew, … Continue reading →