Into the Fire: Within, between, & beyond the lines

Into the Fire: Within, between, & beyond the lines

My former seminarian and mentee, the Rev. Curtis Farr, now writes a weekly blog for his church, St. James in West Hartford, Connecticut. The blog, entitled Into the Fire, uses the adapted form of Midrash I described in an earlier post to reflect on the appointed Scriptures for the upcoming Sunday.  I’ve been following it.  Pretty good stuff.  But then, I’m biased,,,

Here’s how it starts…

Italicized taglines like the one found at the bottom of all of the “Into the Fire” posts typically go unread. That being the case, I want to describe the process of Midrash a bit here. Here is a link to a former mentor’s three-part post about Midrash, which I credit completely for what follows in this post. We’ll look at the process and then try it out, after the jump.

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Click on the link to read the whole enchilada…

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