October 26, 2013
Billboards confirm the truism that the human body sells – everything from stripteases to “Body Worlds”. The body also seems to be behind a faddish fascination with first-millennium sects. But what does ancient Gnosticism have in common with gentlemen’s clubs? More, it turns out, than one might at first suspect.
December 29, 2012
Carrie Frederick Frost
Family is on everyone’s mind during Christmastide, whether it be the Holy Family of the Christmas story or our own families. But rarely is this topic approached theologically or as a virtue. Read Carrie Frederick Frost’s reflection on the under-appreciated virtue of familial responsibility and its great exemplar in the novel Kristin Lavransdatter.
February 5, 2010
Drawn by Joseph Farris, a staff cartoonist for the New Yorker. His personal website is www.josephfarris.com.
Creaters and idea: The Brothers Price.
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October 29, 2009
By: Rev. John J. Bombaro, PhD
Over the last decade a distinguished company of Edwards commentators have adopted what may be deemed a “new perspective” on the Northampton sage’s philosophical theology, a perspective that proposes a thoroughly modern foundation for his metaphysics. The Ursprung of the new genesis in Edwards studies may be traced to the work of Sang Hyun Lee on the subject of Edwards and dispositions.