On Psalm 30: Recent Series
- December 27, 2018
I hope some of what I’ve shared has provided a “backstory” function for words and phrases of Psalm 30.
- 2December 25, 2018
“Joy comes in the morning” is probably the most often quoted phrase in Psalm 30. It’s part of a complex verse translated in disparate ways. Exploring these has made “yalin” a favorite word of mine…..
- December 21, 2018
Apropos of the ring of connection between Psalms 28-30, this painting offers an interesting link between “The God of glory thunders” (Psalm 29:3) and “Therefore, Glory will sing praise to You, and will not be silent” (Psalm 30:13).
- December 20, 2018
“Three consecutive psalms may be connected to each other in a ring (a-b, b-c, c-a).” And Psalms 28-30 form this kind of ring: A>>B>>C>>A.
Journalism, Essays, Etc: Virginia Avniel Spatz
Dawoud Bey offers one way to visual what a community loses in the death of its young people. Sans artwork, we can still imagine the grown people we will be missing due to violent deaths of our youth.
Murphy Brown’s Thanksgiving episode, however inadvertently, vividly illustrates crucial lessons about police and privilege….
“The place looks like a ghost town now,” one Deanwood resident says. “But those few bottles left on the shelves don’t tell the whole story.”
Final breaths from every Tricia who planted seeds for all to enjoy, from every Moe who sought to stop retaliations,…
“This is a healing model for us as a community,” said April Goggans, looking out on a candle-lit circle of community members outside Marbury Plaza on November 1. The vigil marked the one-year anniversary of the death of Alonzo (Zo) Fiero Smith, age 27, who died following an encounter with special police officers (SPOs) at […]