Author Archives: Landon Erb
About Landon ErbLandon Erb is a Staff Missioner at Saint Margaret’s Anglican Church in Winnipeg, Manitoba and a Masters of Divinity student at Wycliffe College.
The forms of repetition and return intertwine Jesus’ prayer into a nearly impenetrable knotted mass as it traces the love of the God. The giving and receiving of this love is what knits everything together. Continue reading
Cleopas has been cut to the heart and pours it out to this stranger on their way to Emmaus. He proclaims Jesus’ death, entirely unaware that he is speaking to the risen Christ. Continue reading
Jesus did not just go to Lazarus’ tomb. He also enters his own and as he plumbs the abysmal depths of death he is present in each and every tomb. In considering Christ’s descent we can begin to appreciate the depth of meaning in his statement, “I am the resurrection.” Continue reading
In Romans chapter 5 Paul artfully weaves together past, future, and present tenses. The message that rings through it all is that Jesus Christ has justified us, will save us, and is reconciling us. Continue reading