Articles by Travis Scholl
Rev. Travis Scholl is managing editor of theological publications at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. He writes on religion and culture for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch at www.stltoday.com/civilreligion/travis-scholl. He's interested in religion and literature, contemporary poetry (both writing and reading), and pop culture. And he is looking for the resurrection of the dead.
Remembering Brother Mel
What makes a book sacred?
By Travis J. Scholl
I am consistently in awe of the poetic beauty, the intimacy, the sincerity of Paul’s second letter to Timothy. The eloquence of the letter makes it so easy for me to envision …
On Don Draper, Dostoevsky, and the anti-hero in us all
Considering immigration on the eve of Independence Day
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My first steps toward a theology of surprise
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Remembering MLK in Memphis, 45 years ago tonight
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Why should Protestants care about the Pope?
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First thoughts on the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI
What made Stan the Man?