Should America Elect a Polytheist Who Claims to Be Christian?
But it’s possible that other, equally important issues can arise. One of those, for me, is the core doctrine of the Christian faith: the nature of God. Don’t want to take my word for that? How about the Catechism of the Catholic Church’s: Christians ...
A Conversation with James Parente
On you shelves I see books on Latin literature in the Middle Ages, on the formation of Christendom in antiquity ... how they balanced their love of Greco-Roman culture with Christian culture. Then I began looking broadly at European humanism—how that ...
F*** 'em if they can't take a joke
I even shared it with a select few (OK, just Laurence Simon), who said he was going to post it, but he never did. How about stuff that's pretty ... I don't recall massive Christian riots over them, burning buildings and calling for death.
The return of God: atheism's crisis of faith
Did he find one? Yes, in pagan power-worship — the sort ... And they have nudged some quietly Christian authors into writing about their faith — Francis Spufford stands out.) An example of an agnostic prodded into fruitful reflection on religion ...
Toward a New Order:
And while it continued to draw on many Greco-Roman traditions, it was arguably ... will be guided by two major questions. 1) How did Medieval Christendom represent a fusion of Christian, Roman, and Germanic cultures? But these first Germanic kingdoms ...