Thoughts on Pope Francis’ Book on the Environment

The Pope Francis hype from a few weeks ago has died down.  Around the time he was visiting my radio channel surfing one day landed me on Rush.  I listened for a few minutes as Rush tried to figure out whether Francis was a Marxist or not.  It was amazing to see that Rush could … Continue reading Thoughts on Pope Francis’ Book on the Environment

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Listening to the Saints – Gregory of Nyssa’s Great Catechism

I have so enjoyed working through the writings of long dead Christians whose work has stood the test of time.  Recently I've been reading the Cappadocian Fathers, three men who lived in the second half of the 300s.  Their work on the Trinity and Christian spirituality is fantastic. Gregory of Nyssa's The Great Catechism is … Continue reading Listening to the Saints – Gregory of Nyssa’s Great Catechism

The Great and Holy War: How World War I Became a Religious Crusade

For the last year I have been listening to Hardcore History's podcast on World War I.  It has been fascinating and educational.  I never realized how absolutely awful World War I was, nor do I think I took seriously how much the world changed.  Really, our modern world was born in World War I.  Most … Continue reading The Great and Holy War: How World War I Became a Religious Crusade