I. “Who Do You Say I Am?” Hermeneutics and Christian Social Activism

I kid you not when I say this will be the title of my dissertation (or, maybe just the theme). This post is my first in a series in which I attempt to connect the theologian Howard Thurman to the concept of hermeneutics. Chapter One of Thurman's book Jesus and the Disinherited concerns this very … Continue reading I. “Who Do You Say I Am?” Hermeneutics and Christian Social Activism

Introduction: Thurman’s “Jesus and the Disinherited” and the Subjective Nature of the Human Hermeneutic

Hello dear ones Dear friends Hi again, (One day I will come up with an appropriate greeting for potential readers. Alas, today is not that day.) I must have been out of school for far too long, because I have assigned myself a book report... As an academic person, my research interest has always been … Continue reading Introduction: Thurman’s “Jesus and the Disinherited” and the Subjective Nature of the Human Hermeneutic

Christ, Class, and Coffee is now H. Rebekah Keazer, M.Div

What's up? So long, no write! I decided to change this blog's settings so that the content automatically posts to my professional/theological Facebook page, which I normally wouldn't post about, except it will result in a significant departure from the content I usually post. My hope has always been to write more in-depth theological posts, … Continue reading Christ, Class, and Coffee is now H. Rebekah Keazer, M.Div

60 Minute Scripture Reflections #1: The Proclamation of John the Baptist

“The beginning of the good news of Jesus Christ, the Son of God: As it is written in the prophet Isaiah, ‘See, I am sending my messenger ahead of you, who will prepare your way; the voice of one crying out in the wilderness: “Prepare the way of the Lord, make his paths straight,”’ John the … Continue reading 60 Minute Scripture Reflections #1: The Proclamation of John the Baptist

June 18-19, 2016: My trip to Israel and a taste of Tel Aviv

This summer, one of my greatest wishes was granted. I was blessed with the opportunity to visit Israel with a Pro-Israel/Jewish Christian organization catered to student leaders. The organization is called Passages and the trip was sponsored by Philos and the Museum of the Bible. Traveling was a little stressful because my family and I … Continue reading June 18-19, 2016: My trip to Israel and a taste of Tel Aviv