- “Most of us are drained. The “surge capacity” we called on early in the crisis is now depleted.” Jocelyn K. Glei: A Call for Rest & Tenderness.
- “Who are you, and what are you doing here? You, there in the mirror, there in the lens of your phone: What do you see?” Via NYT on self portrait.
- The Harvard Professor Who Told the World That Jesus Had a Wife via NYT. A book review.
In 2012, the Harvard scholar Karen King announced what she believed to be an extraordinary discovery: a second-century papyrus fragment with a text hinting that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene. “The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife,” as it became known, tapped into a plot point from “The Da Vinci Code” that had already helped King’s academic treatise on Mary Magdalene become a best seller with a mass audience.
Until the next time.