Posts Tagged :

Theology

Ecclesiological Explorations – Part 2: “The Church is One…” 1024 683 Andrew Hicks

Ecclesiological Explorations – Part 2: “The Church is One…”

This is my second post in a series of ecclesiological explorations. We are studying the church in order to counter the bad ecclesiology that pervades so much of today’s world.…

read more
Art and Faith: A Book Review (Sort of) 1024 1024 Andrew Hicks

Art and Faith: A Book Review (Sort of)

I recently read the excellent book Art and Faith: A Theology of Making by Makoto Fujimura. This book is a culmination to his larger “culture care” program. Famed New Testament scholar,…

read more
Playtime Has Just Begun 1024 709 Andrew Hicks

Playtime Has Just Begun

When we were children we loved to play. We would spend countless hours playing and playing. Time flew by and we lamented not being able to play longer. When we…

read more
Pilgrimage Playlist – Part 1: You Are What You Listen To 640 308 Andrew Hicks

Pilgrimage Playlist – Part 1: You Are What You Listen To

The Psalms of Ascents. You might have heard of them. They are a small collection of 15 psalms inside the book of Psalms. These 15 psalms are so named because…

read more
What’s Her Name? 683 1024 Andrew Hicks

What’s Her Name?

Have you ever read the story of the Levite’s Concubine (Judges 19:1-30)? I’m studying it for a class I am teaching on Sundays for high school and college age kids.…

read more
For Times Like This 1024 768 Andrew Hicks

For Times Like This

I am a huge fan of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. The cop drama and special nature of their victims make this show irresistible. In one episode I watched tonight,…

read more
The Ascension: An Introduction 1024 683 Andrew Hicks

The Ascension: An Introduction

The ascension is at best forgettable for most people in the church today. It seems for most people the ascension is merely a brief introduction to the more familiar stories…

read more
Why I’m A Catholic Christian 1024 597 Andrew Hicks

Why I’m A Catholic Christian

This is a manifesto for an orthodox generosity and an articulation of my thoughts on Christian unity. Inevitably, someone will read this and think I am claiming to be Roman Catholic. This…

read more
Resurrecting the Importance of the Resurrection 1024 502 Andrew Hicks

Resurrecting the Importance of the Resurrection

In honor of Easter, let’s talk about the resurrection. Growing up I heard lots about the cross. I heard a multitude of sermons and classes on the so-called “seven statements…

read more
John the Artist 1024 745 Andrew Hicks

John the Artist

I had my students draw pictures to show the different aspects of each gospel. One student drew flowers. The synoptics (Matthew, Mark, and Luke) were common house flowers of different…

read more