The Prayer that Turns the World Upside Down
January 23, 2018
This article is an excerpt from my new book, The Prayer that Turns the World Upside Down: The Lord’s Prayer as a Manifesto for Revolution, which releases today.
We long for revolution. Something within us cries out that the world is horribly broken and must be fixed. For centuries, the word revolution was scarcely heard, buried under ages of oppression. The word itself was feared and speaking it was treason. And then, revolutions seemed to appear almost everywhere.
10 Christmas Stories Every Father Should Read to His Children – Crisis Magazine
When St. Nick drives his miniature sleigh full of toys drawn by eight tiny reindeer to the snowy housetop, and drops to the sooty hearth below, the paterfamilias is bidden to attend. It is the father who hears “the prancing and pawing of each little hoof,” and springs from his bed to stand witness and …
Source: 10 Christmas Stories Every Father Should Read to His Children – Crisis Magazine
Author Benjamin Wiker, teacher at Franciscan University writes a good book from both the Catholic and Protestant side of the story. I found this explain how we have more in common with our faiths. List to the first link with Eric talk with Dr. Wiker.
The remaining 3 are Benjamin WIker personal explanations about his book.
Cultural commentary from a Biblical perspective The theorized submission of the Trinity to a human being — or to all human beings — is a theological innovation of the most extreme and dangerous sort.
Source: The Shack — The Missing Art of Evangelical Discernment – AlbertMohler.com
A Portrait of the Portrait Painter By Fr. Robert P. Imbelli Thursday, September 21, 2017 A foible common to movers and shakers, whether clerical or lay, is a penchant for checking the index of a newly published book to see whether their names appear – and how often. I suspect that George Weigel’s newest book will provoke a good deal of surreptitious peeking. Lessons in Hope: My Unexpected Life with St. John Paul II recounts, in fascinating and insightful detail, the providential encounters that…….
Source: The Catholic Thing