I will praise you, Lord

Psalm 30 has a fascinating history. Although it began as a personal prayer of thanksgiving, it was adapted for the dedication of the temple. It firmly situates thanksgiving as the basis of all prayer.

Is Jesus in the Psalms?

Christians regularly recognize in the Jewish psalms references to Jesus’ suffering and resurrection. The warrant for such a practice can be established through reflection on the common practice of reading old texts in new contexts.

The Gospel of John Set Free

This book is meant to serve preachers, catechists, and students of the Bible who wish to understand the difficult passages of John’s gospel in a way which is free from inaccuracy and prejudice. It will assist those who use John’s texts to proclaim them in conformity to Church teaching and God’s love for the Jewish people.