Trinitarian Spirituality, 16: On the Incarnation, a New Kind of Christmas Story

  We’ve earlier identified Athanasius as the bulldog of orthodoxy, the one who simply would not let go when it seemed that the entire Christian world was going Arian. You know, Athanasius was probably, as we might say, a piece of work. I don’t see him as the wise and wonderful guru sort, all gentle [Read More...]

Trinitarian Spirituality, 15: God from the Inside Out

Last week we left ourselves with a strange God and a God who is a stranger. Bette Midler’s lyrics could have come straight from a 4th-century Arian! God is watching us God is watching us God is watching us From a distance If Arius, Eusebius, Eunomius, and their comrades had had their way, the Son [Read More...]