Jo-Ann Badley explores artistic depictions of Gabriel’s visit to Mary to open our imaginations to God’s presence.
Jo-Ann Badley asks whether N. T. Wright’s historical method can be foundational for his eschatological vision.
Jo-Ann Badley patterns a response to COVID-19 on John’s account of Jesus’s death.
Jo-Ann Badley follows Mary through John’s Gospel, grieving and rejoicing in the hour of her Son.
Jo-Ann Badley writes about how even Mary, pregnant with God by the Holy Spirit, still needs a man to get the recognition she deserves from Protestants.
Recent attention to the body opens a discussion of bodily practices to which St. Paul contributes principles for Christian practice.
Jo-Ann Badley and Stephanie Neill propose that the current interest in food in North American culture redresses cultural patterns of detachment in ways consonant with New Testament practices of communion, calling us to gratitude and recognition of the relational character of human living.