Woman and Serpent Take 2

Immaculate Conception by Murillo

  Here is a chapter from my book Mary-A Catholic Evangelical Debate–with a former Bob Jones University classmate– David Gustafson [Read more...]

Jigsaw Puzzle Spirituality

jigsaw-puzzle

I remember as a young priest I was visiting an older woman we’ll call Veronica whose life was in chaos. She was grieving over a broken marriage. Her children were a disappointment. She had health problems and money worries. She had emotional and relational difficulties. In addition to this she talked too much. The poor [Read More...]

Wake Up and Smell the Catastrophe

frog-boiling-pot

You know the theory that a frog put in a pan of water will stay there as the temperature rises and the poor thing doesn’t sense the increase in temperature and eventually boils to death. The biggest problem with American Catholics is that the majority of them are asleep. Lulled by materialism, the good life [Read More...]

And the Beat Goes On…

Author and Arthur

…by guest blogger Ryan McLaughlin is a husband, the proud dad of a one-year-old boy named Arthur (and a little girl due in February!), and a math teacher.  After years of searching, praying, and reading, he and his family were received into the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil this past April. Ryan enjoys writing about [Read More...]

The Temple and the Garden of God

Jesus

In reading Frank Viola and Leonard Sweet’s Jesus A Theography I enjoyed the second chapter the most. Frank and Leonard aim to show how Jesus Christ is echoed and reflected in every part of the Scriptures. They build up a full picture of Christ the Lord–not just by trying to reconstruct the “historical Jesus” (that exercise [Read More...]

Christ in Creation from Frank Viola’s Jesus: A Theography

Jesus

Instead of a simple book review I’m using Frank Viola and Leonard Sweet’s book Jesus: A Theography as a jumping off point for a couple of posts. First of all– a couple of reasons why I like this book and recommend it to you. First, the content is solid and scholarly, but Second, it’s written in [Read More...]


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