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Killing Words

Four words are haunting me: “And their voices prevailed” (Luke 23:23). With these four words Luke described the irreversible wave of fury that crashed on Jesus. The multitudes had a choice. The crowd could have opted for Barabbas—the convicted insurrectionist and murderer. But instead they chose Jesus of Nazareth. Pilate’s feeble attempts could not persuade the mob otherwise: […]

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Killing Words

Four words are haunting me: “And their voices prevailed” (Luke 23:23). With these four words Luke described the irreversible wave of fury that crashed on Jesus. The multitudes had a choice. The crowd could have opted for Barabbas—the convicted insurrectionist and murderer. … Continue reading

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The Hope of Objectivity

Perhaps the title to this post doesn’t move you? Doesn’t sound particularly hopeful? After all, what person hears the word ‘objectivity’ and experiences hope well up in her heart? Stay with me; there is breathtaking hope in the objectivity of … Continue reading

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