Saved by One of Our Own

While explaining his understanding of the Atonement in Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis acknowledges the fact that the only way Jesus could serve as a substitute for sinners is if he was himself both God and man. He then addresses a common objection. He … [Read more]

On Lectio Divina

READING (PRAYING?) FOR SPRING Lectio Divina is Latin for divine or sacred reading. The contemplative practice dates back to at least the fourth century where we have the first recorded mention of it in The Rule of Saint Benedict. For over 1600 … [Read more]

Advent Hymns: A Hymn of Advent

This is the second installment of a series on the great hymns of Advent. To learn more about Advent, read my previous post: On Advent: What It Is & Why You Need It. The first installment on the hymns of Advent can be read here: O Come, O Come … [Read more]