Scriptural imagination is a way of being in the world in which all of life is shaped by the habits of reading Scripture


Church history can instruct us in the parameters as well as the flexibility of a scriptural imagination
A scriptural imagination will shape our view of death through remembering the death and resurrection of Jesus
Sometimes the best sermons are the ones that don't say a word out loud
Reclaiming the psalms of lament gives the church a vocabulary for times of suffering
Forming and re-forming a healthy scriptural imagination requires us to be readers in the world, not just of the text
A Panel Discussion with Richard Hays, Ellen Davis, and Stanley Hauerwas