Color drained away in a monochromatic assault upon my perception. The great tragedy lay in the fact that it was my mind mounting the assault. And it isn’t the sadness … Continue Reading The ditch separating illness from affliction…is bridged by madness…
But the “excitement” of Easter cannot be given to man by man himself. Even more than his exinanition, Christ’s exaltation is the consequence reached by God himself through his power … Continue Reading Prayer
I think, at least regarding society and politics, this sums up well how I view the differences between the capacity of human society to grasp after and its actual limitations. … Continue Reading Utopia and Reality
As I’m reading through How (Not) To Be Secular by James K. A. Smith, some things just stick out as being both relevant and radical, yet comfortingly orthodox and in … Continue Reading The Problematic Nature Of Apologetics
Coram Deo is a phrase little heard today — at least in my experience — among Christians of the protestant variety. Truthfully, it is a reality which strips away the defense … Continue Reading Coram Deo
A few thoughts that ran through my mind last night… We never adjust for the humiliating reality that the money spent on military actions on foreign soil neglect and starve the … Continue Reading Fair-Trade Humanity
Thomas Watson wrote in 1660, Good words are but a cold kind of charity. The poor cannot live as the chameleon upon the air. Let your words be as smooth … Continue Reading Mr. Watson, I Salute You!
Without distinctions, without declarative and vigorously defended ideologies and traditions, there can be no diversity and by consequence, no dialogue either of the intramural sort or the kind one imagines … Continue Reading The Need To Ditch The Me First Syndrome