Samhain + Celtic Christianity

Samhain + Celtic Christianity

A few years ago, I discovered Thomas Cahill’s book How the Irish Saved Civilization and was utterly fascinated. A longtime Anglophile, the Celtic traditions of Ireland and Scotland weigh heavy in my heart and my imagination. I was able to travel to Scotland...
Nationalism + Christianity

Nationalism + Christianity

This is a topic that has been on my mind and heart for quite some time. It is by no means something that I have rectified or come to any sincere conclusions concerning; rather, I sense it will be an ongoing struggle as we move ever forward into new ages of this world....
This Man | Luke 19:1-10

This Man | Luke 19:1-10

Dust, kicked up from the road, as he nears, closer and closer, yet I see him not. The crowds are closing in, everyone eager for a glimpse, maybe a word, from this man. This man has turned water into wine. This man has healed the sick, the blind, the lame. This man...
Drawn

Drawn

Drawn — moth to flame. man to beauty. The created, boasting its creator. Knowing beauty, knows no distinction. Equally entranced; equally awed. As he calls to each, without partiality. Vast, yet within. Mysterious, yet personal. Powerful, yet delicate....
Love in the Scriptures | Fruit of the Spirit

Love in the Scriptures | Fruit of the Spirit

I mentioned before that love is one of the most frequently used content words in the New Testament and that agape love appears over 100 times throughout it. Although 1 Corinthians 13 offers one of the most well-known descriptions of what it means to demonstrate love,...