Explore around and beyond the Canon with these fascinating articles on some of the more unusual writings within our tradition.
In these articles David McLoughlin explores poverty in the Bible and of how Jesus turns the tables on the wealthy and powerful. By re-considering some well-known parables and a new economy of life in God, David challenges us to reflect on Scripture and social justice today.
In these 10 articles by Margaret Barker, Fr Michael Hall responds to their call and offers us a series of ‘Creation Commandments’ to aid our reflection and prayers in the lead up to COP26 and beyond.
Susan Docherty provides us with a new perspective on the early life of Abraham. Where did he come from and how was his faith formed as one of the greatest Old Testament Patriarchs?
Susan Docherty explores the importance of letter writing in both Christian and Jewish traditions as a way of understanding their place in the Bible. By looking at the Letter of Jeremiah she shows us rich insights into issues such as idolatry and social justice.
Both Jews and Christians cherish the psalms, study them, and pray them. Use this resource, prepared by Catholic and Jewish Leaders of Canada, to see how each tradition approaches these sacred texts.
In this article, Fleur Dorrell explores some of the literary devices and biblical themes in the book of Tobit. Using Robert Alter’s The Art of Biblical Narrative she shows how Tobit is primarily concerned with divine revelation and holy living.