Month: July 2014
Barth’s C.D I.II: On Being Called to Decision & Confronted With freedom
As promised. So delivered. This makes up part one of three, five point summaries. Each highlighting quotes from my recent reading of… Read more Barth’s C.D I.II: On Being Called to Decision & Confronted With freedom
Five Links: July Edition
Gathered here, are some of the best bits and pieces I’ve encountered online over the past few weeks. Some reflective, some serious,… Read more Five Links: July Edition
G.K Chesterton’s Resolve (Or, Early Gastronomic Activism)
I’ve been working on the planned posts which form a trilogy-in-sum brief on the closing part of Barth’s C.D I.II. The problem is that finding… Read more G.K Chesterton’s Resolve (Or, Early Gastronomic Activism)
Back To Homeschooling, But For How Long?
Sunday involved preparing curriculum for a new Homeschool term. This was made more strenuous by a letter we received the other day.… Read more Back To Homeschooling, But For How Long?
Clouds have assembled and we are praying for some much needed rain. Here is an antiphon (verse) expressing a perfect tone for such a winters day.… Read more Pax Jerusalem
This card arrived in the mail a few days back. In part, it marks the successful completion of my degree. The card also brings… Read more Thoughts, Post-Graduation
Church Dogmatics: Helpful Critique and Summons
Unfortunately, I’m not getting to the keyboard as much as I’d like to these past few weeks. On the upside… Read more Church Dogmatics: Helpful Critique and Summons
Mock Medieval Humour
Now and then, for some laughter-is-the-best-medicine downtime, I’ll browse Pinterest just for the large amount of humour one can find… Read more Mock Medieval Humour