God loves His creation. Will His creation love Him? In a post titled “God Loves His Creation,” Michael, of Chasing the Wind, speaks of living according to the purpose that God planned for us in Genesis chapters 1 & 2.
Pseudo-Polymath Mark Olson summarizes his post on Why Marry? this way: Wing to Wing is a wide ranging anthology of select readings mostly from the Western Canon on the question of Courtship and marriage…. we have an excerpt from St. Aquinas included in the anthology to answer the question “Why Marry?”
The Saint John’s Bible:e-Mom tells us the Who? What? Where? When? and Why? of the first hand-written illuminated Bible since the invention of the printing press–a masterpiece commissioned by the Saint John’s Benedictine Abbey in Minnesota.
ParablemanJeremy Piercewrites, J.K. Rowling recently made some comments about destiny in her Harry Potter books. This post explains why these comments should be (1) disappointing for Christians and (2) actually at odds with her books, which fit better with a Christian view of destiny.
2007 is the 300th anniversary of Charles Wesley’s birth. Martin LaBar of Sun and Shield has been posting one of his hymns every Sunday for several weeks, some familiar, some not. This time Martin chose his “Messiah: Prince of Peace,” because of the Advent season. However, it’s as much an anti-war hymn as an advent one.
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