Achilles is remembered for his glory; we are remembered because of God’s! Continue reading Glory and Memory, from Pagan to Redemptive
Anne Shirley of Green Gables is a tremendously challenging character for me understand. Her use of words like ‘thrilly’, ‘romantical’, ‘tragical’, her naming of flowers and trees and avenues (‘the lake of shining waters’), her chatter and forgetfulness, all delight and frighten me. One of the difficulties I have is understanding whether or not she … Continue reading Anne with an ‘E’, or a Bridge too Far
Having seen the 1985 Anne of Green Gables mini series, I knew of Matthew Cuthbert’s death. The author, Lucy Maud Montgomery, certainly prepares her readers by way of hints and foreshadowing, so that it is no great surprise. Yet it remains a solemn and sad chapter. It is nearly impossible for readers or for Anne … Continue reading The Eyes of God
Greg Wilbur, the Dean of our school (New College Franklin) speaking about the Great Dance with Andrew Kern of the Circe Institute Continue reading The Great Dance
Let them praise his name with dancing, making melody to him with tambourine and lyre! For the Lord takes pleasure in his people; he adorns the humble with salvation. Psalm 149:3-4 Debts There are certain debts that are never be paid back, that we never fully make good on.* If a woman saves my child’s life, there is no sufficient currency … Continue reading Liturgy, Religion, and the Obligation of Worship
Why did the German philosopher have trouble getting a date with the girl he liked?
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10 An excellent wife who can find? She is far more precious than jewels. The author has recounted a mother’s warnings against unprofitable companions for a king who is to uphold justice and have mercy for those in need (v. 3-7). Unfit companions and disordered desires are a hindrance to the function of a king. … Continue reading Wise Woman: A Commentary on Proverbs 31:10-31