LectioCast_Graphic-Final-2“Tradition is at once a passing on and a betrayal.”

John 16:12-15 “Revelation is progressive.” Ok. But how do we know God’s revelation when we hear it? Looking for community and listening for the Jesus story.

Romans 5:1-5  The Spirit empowers the recapitulation of Jesus’s story. But how do we proclaim the Jesus story without perpetuating a narrative of oppression? How about starting with this: God doesn’t give us crosses, the Romans do.

Psalm 8 We learn about where we fit in creation: we are not to dominate—we are stewards, not conquerors. We learn how to be faithful to God in such a way that we do, in fact, show forth God’s glory.

Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31 Finding our way in harmony with the created order: listening to Lady Wisdom. The bottom line might be just that: learn to listen. 

Make sure you grab your tickets to Wild Goose Festival in Hot Springs, North Carolina on July 7-10! We’ll be recording and I’d love to meet more LectioCastians.

 broderick-greer@2xThe Rev. Broderick Greer is curate at Grace-St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and School where he coordinates ministry to young adults, oversees school chapel worship, and directs a new Episcopal Service Corps program. His work can be found at The Guardian, On Being, and Religion News Service. You can follow him @BroderickGreer

danielkirk_2Daniel Kirk is a writer, speaker, blogger, and New Testament professor who lives in San Francisco, CA. He holds a Ph.D. in New Testament from Duke University and is the author of a pair of books, Unlocking Romans: Resurrection and the Justification of God and Jesus Have I Loved, but Paul? His third book A Man Attested by God: the Human Jesus of the Synoptic Gospels, is off to the printers. He blogs regularly at StoriedTheology.com  (http://patheos.com/blogs/storiedtheology). You can follow him on Twitter @jrdkirk and on Facebook at Facebook.com/jrdkirk.