Tag: Church History

In Defense of Fr. Junipero Serra

In last week’s address to the U.S. Congress, Pope Francis brought an eloquent and powerful sermon to the halls of…

Our Favorite Heresies

Christianity Today ran a piece that noted 3 heresies* Evangelical Christians were most likely to believe.  They were: Jesus was…

“David Livingstone, the Abolitionist, I Presume”

I must confess, the only things I knew about David Livingstone prior to this past month was his quest for…

Unity in Trinity 

During my time at seminary, I grew to love the historic creedal confessions of the faith.  One of the creeds…

To Lent Or Not To Lent?

Today is Fat Tuesday, the day where you and I can get so much sin out of our lives that…

When A Story Becomes An Epic

Last week, I wrote about the importance of finding hope in a story.  The story that I referred to started…

Pope John Paul II’s Generous Orthodoxy

To end this series on the excellent book Seven Men and the Secret of Their Greatness by Eric Metaxas we will…

How William Wilberforce Changed the Western World, Pt 1

The second figure I wanted to highlight from Eric Metaxas book Seven Men and the Secret of Their Greatness was…

How Jackie Robinson Confronted Injustice

The first figure I wanted to highlight from Eric Metaxas book Seven Men and the Secret of Their Greatness is a great…

Quit Trying To Get Everything Right, Pt 2

As I wrote last time, dwelling in the past will not get you anywhere, in fact, it won’t make you…

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