Since my time reading Dallas Willard in my early 20s, I’ve been interested in the practice of meditation. My diligence in the discipline has waxed and waned throughout my life, with periods where it had deep effect and others where I came up dry. Yet, my growing appreciation for Thomistic psychology has confirmed the potential […]
This was supposed to be an update to the post on Luther, Cicero, and Vergil shared yesterday, but for some reason the software will not let me change the post, so I have to do it here. A colleague has pointed out to me, correctly, that Luther’s reference to the “divine Aeneid” is a reference to […]
Once again on Frederick Douglass. We know from the previous post that Douglass was familiar with William Cowper. But how did he come to know how to read at all? Douglass tells of his move from the Eastern Shore of Maryland to Baltimore in chapter 10 of My Bondage and My Freedom. There he came under […]
Dr Peter Leithart critically reviews Dr Peter Enns’ new book on the bible. On similar matters, see Peter Escalante’s previous post on Enns.