I often find that Christians are quite happy to ask members of other religions to consider that they might be wrong, and to contemplate the magnitude of…
Incarnational Multiplicity in Ancient Israel, Early Judaism, and Early Christianity
A Casual Argument for a Virtue
One For the Road
And On Holy Saturday
Musings on Good Friday
Cantori amatissimo, magistro deoque vero poetarum: I first met you when I was young: like Vergil before Ovid, you passed before me when I was no Ovid…
A Response to Ed Feser on DBH's You Are Gods
Sophia, Shakti, and the Virgin
Gaudeo, hercle! I was pleased to write this piece at the behest of my friends Jesse Hake and John Carr for the site they manage, ClassicalU, an Academic…
On Wayfaring