Category Archives: Love
Jonah – a prophet who defied God. The Prodigal Son’s elder brother – a man who refused to forgive. What if they met? Read an excerpt from my short story, “Jonah,” here: http://www.tuscanypress.com/blog/jonah-short-story-submission.php. Comments welcome!
God’s grace is one of the greatest of mysteries. I think a fitting Advent preparation for Christmas would be to try to comprehend more of this great gift than we ever have before. Paul Tillich described it this way: “Grace … Continue reading
Looking at marriage from the perspective of 30-odd years’ experience is quite different from looking at it as a teen-age observer, a newlywed, or a young parent. My love and I find ourselves talking quite often about how we were, … Continue reading
Holy Saturday. Thursday was Maundy Thursday, with an evening church service to celebrate the institution of the Eucharist. It ended with the stripping of the altar, in which every ornament is removed. At the end, the altar is completely bare, … Continue reading
Innocence. Here is a word with layers. Mostly, we tend to think of innocence in a juridical sense, as meaning “not guilty of a specific crime.” But there is also a deeper sense, which we call the innocence of children. … Continue reading
At last, at last! Please look to the right on your screen, and click on “Books.” The Forest and The Wisdom of Ambrose are here, and available at the on-line sources shown, as well as from me personally. I don’t … Continue reading