S-T-O-P Means Stop (or Does it?)

In 25 years of ministry one of the most profound changes I’ve seen is the growing inability and/or unwillingness of Americans to read texts according to the intent of the author. One of the major reasons for this change was the mutation . . . Continue reading →

Saturday Psalm Series: An Introduction to Psalm 88

Light in the Midst of Darkness

O LORD, God of my salvation, I cry out day and night before you. Psalm 88:1 In Medio Tenebras Lux On June 5, 2022, terrorists attacked St. Francis Catholic Church in Nigeria. Dozens of worshippers were killed, and the priest himself was kidnapped. . . . Continue reading →

In Praise Of (Renaissance) Humanism

Since the literal sense is that which the author intends, and since the author of Holy Writ is God, Who by one act comprehends all things by His intellect, it is not unfitting, as Augustine says (Confess. xii), if, even according to . . . Continue reading →