Category: Readings & Interpretation

The Passover Seder 2021

By Erica Mongé-Greer/ no comments
On Friday evening, our family celebrated our first Passover Seder in our home. We blocked a few hours on the calendar to dedicate to preparing food, setting the table, and

Freedom, Beauty, Truth, and Love & Good Friday

By Erica Mongé-Greer/ no comments
This morning, I spent some time thinking about how to best observe the significance of Good Friday. I could not separate the concept of the crucifixion from immaculate love, so

The Day Before Passover

By Erica Mongé-Greer/ no comments
It’s one day before our scheduled Passover Seder and in addition to picking up the few straggling items from the shopping list, we are slow cooking the brisket and making

Preparing Passover

By Erica Mongé-Greer/ no comments
16—How many years I have studied the Bible as a scholar, resulting in to Masters degrees and one PhD. 12—How many years I have spent teaching University students about the
Sacred Heart Cathedral in St. Albert, Saskatchewan

Wandering through Leviticus Part 1

By Erica Mongé-Greer/ no comments
I am reading the book of Leviticus along with a few friends so we have a topic of conversation to guide our weekly Zoom-meeting discussions. We’re taking it slow, but

Reading the Bible with Integrity

By Erica Mongé-Greer/ no comments
Every since I went to Seminary, I became acutely aware of a problematic phrase that is commonly heard among Christians—”I read the Bible literally.” I wasn’t previously ignorant of the

The Great Deluge & Other Flood Narratives

By Erica Mongé-Greer/ no comments
As a sequel to the interview on Creation Narratives, Dr. LePort invited me to respond to a series of questions about ancient Near Eastern flood narratives. You can view the

Genesis Myths & Other Origin Narratives

By Erica Mongé-Greer/ no comments
With the sudden rise in interest for online lectures and interactive content, I was invited by fellow biblical studies scholar, Dr. Brian LePort, to an interview about ancient Near Eastern