Tag Archives: Sallie McFague

Light emanating into a cave opening

The Reality of Resurrection

What if we were to understand the resurrection and ascension not as the bodily translation of some individuals to another world — a mythology no longer credible to us — but as the promise of God to be permanently present, “bodily” present to us, in

Dove flying in Lisbon, Portugal

The Role of Permission in the Christian Church

From “Simon Says” to “Mother May I?” As a child I never was very good at playing “Simon Says.” [1] I would always, inevitably, make some illegal movement and be tossed, unceremoniously, from the game. I always wondered, “Who is this Simon and how did