War

By John Bauerschmidt Russia’s attack on Ukraine has already borne out the insight that the course of history is marked by surprising events. Surprising, of course, to many in the West; though in this case th... Read More...

Knowledge and Love

By John Bauerschmidt Our prayer book liturgies often contain theological and devotional treasures, overlooked even though lying in plain sight. It is the nature of liturgy to become customary and familiar: without this quality it would hardly be liturgy. Th... Read More...

“Oh Book!” Part One: Scripture as Beloved

By Nathan Wall Christians use all kinds of words to describe the Bible. Catholics call it Sacred Scripture. Protestants of various stripes call it inerrant, infallible, or inspired. Most western liturgies present it as Verbum Domini, “the Word of the Lord” ... Read More...

The Way of Love: Bless

Part of a series on The Way of Love. By Elisabeth Rain Kincaid One of the most parodied terms of the Christian social media world has become the hashtag #blessed. From the viral trends of #Christiangirlau... Read More...

The Restless Desire to Know Thyself

By Mike Michielin Many today are “perplexed by desire and what it says about who we are as human beings.” Typically, today’s philosophers, psychologists, educators, and the media tell us to look inward and t... Read More...