Most Unqualified Man in Ever to Occupy the White House

…is now President. As a Christian citizen, I will support him on the rare occasion he does and says what is right and I will fight him on those normative occasions when he is wrong and doing evil.  I will pray for him as Paul commanded Christians do for Nero–and for the same reasons. Trump’s [Read More…]

Pope Francis spoke recently…

…about the false hopes of Idols.  I post this apropos of, you know, nothing in particular. [Read more…]

Steven Greydanus has a good piece…

…on the domestication of Martin Luther King. [Read more…]

How Big is Charlotte?

SO BIG! Charlotte Rose Woytila Shea turned 1 yesterday!  Yay! I’m not saying she’s brighter than you kid, but she can speak in three word sentences and *will* be the first woman President Astronaut to perform brain surgery on Mars. [Read more…]

There are four accounts of Christmas in the New Testament

Matthew and Luke are historical tellings with theological overtones.  John 1:14 is the John’s typically succinct theological summation.  And Revelation 12 is his apocalyptic rendering which sees Herod’s persecution the archetype of what Satan has always sought throughout history and how he will act (and God will respond) to the end of time, Something to [Read More…]

No Apologies, No Regrets

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At this festive time of year…

…it is important to recall that I once gave bunny ears to Dr. Peter Kreeft. [Read more…]

Merry Christmas!

…from His Ho-Ho-Holiness! HT: Daniel Finn [Read more…]

The Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ

The Twenty-fifth Day of December, when ages beyond number had run their course from the creation of the world, when God in the beginning created heaven and earth, and formed man in his own likeness; when century upon century had passed since the Almighty set his bow in the clouds after the Great Flood, as [Read More…]

The Many Paradoxes of Thanksgiving

A fun piece I wrote some years back on the poor Puritan and his forced submission to becoming venerable. [Read more…]