Over the years I’ve read much of Eleonore Stump’s writing and have a tremendous amount of admiration for her work. She is one of the premier philosophers and theologians of the Thomistic tradition and is highly acclaimed across the academic world of philosophical theology. Wandering in Darkness was not only significantlyContinue Reading

Over the years I have been exposed to different kinds of pastoring. One is a practical side that is typically less rigorous academically, while another shows diligent academic interests with only some application. As a result of these disparate models, a series of questions have come up around the roleContinue Reading

The number 1 reason to be Anglican? “You get to be both Catholic and Protestant.” Michael Bird Cute! At least, I thought it was. If you know Michael Bird, you get it. If you don’t, you should … know Michael Bird. The following outline frames a confirmation class I hadContinue Reading

The simplicity of this video shows the beauty in the liturgical calendar. Promoting a rhythm for spiritual formation, the calendar portrays the story of God for the people of God. (video source) See also Scot McKnight’s post on the importance of the liturgical calendar.Continue Reading

The Christian faith contains a core set of beliefs, a foundation from which all other Christian beliefs emerge. This core is both necessary and sufficient for defining and declaring the Christian story. Despite the number of times it is told, there is a beauty and deep attraction to this storyContinue Reading