All stories are made up of pieces of other stories. Often writers do this unintentionally, just borrowing from the common well of tropes and archetypes that permeate our culture. Other times writers intentionally reference other stories to add layers of meaning to their own tale. Sometimes this is even done in a way to clue […]
Jesus’ death on a cross is a politically subversive act, but it is also a psychologically subversive one. Dying to self is the practice of vulnerability which is the epitome of art. We are bigger on the inside. The question is whether we have the courage to show one another.
The process of making meaning isn’t clean or perfect. We are often drawing from complex and muddled material which contains its own flaws and drawing a mixture of correct and incorrect inclusions. This episode of LectionARIC explores what that looks like and means. Don’t Forget To Be Awesome.
At some point I’ll probably stop cross-posting these videos over to Two Friars so I’d really appreciate it if you would click through and “subscribe”. I’m committed to making LectionARIC as good as I possibly can. So far I’m pretty proud of the results. Despite the fact that we’re in Year B the lectionary jumps […]
I’m back with the second video for LectionARIC. This puts me ahead of the Revised Common Lectionary which is where I hope to stay. Ideally I’ll be releasing one of these every Tuesday going forward so people who use the lectionary can count this as a resource. The new addition this time is theme music! […]