Posts with the tag “church-history”
Our Moment to Stand
July 14th, 2020
Luther’s MomentThree and a half years after nailing his ninety-five points of theological departure from Rome, it was Martin Luther’s moment to stand. He stood before the greatest of Europe’s rulers. ...
The Gospel Comes to Ireland
March 17th, 2019
The rope was so tight round sixteen-year-old Patricius’ wrists they’d bitten into the flesh. He no longer felt the sting of the saltwater from the wind-tossed waves splashing over the side of the boat...
The Legend and Lesson of St. Valentine
February 14th, 2019
All we can say for sure is that there was indeed a pastor named Valentine who became a martyr around AD 270. Beyond that, it’s legend and conjecture. But where facts are thin, people feel free to prov...
The Earliest vs the Early Church
April 22nd, 2016
A January, 2014 article in The American Conservative described why some Millennials are leaving Evangelical churches to join more liturgical denominations like Anglican, Orthodox and Roman Catholicism...
The "Lutherian" Spirit of Trail Life USA
December 11th, 2013
Been pondering this grand new adventure called Trail life USA we’re about to embark on. An historic parallel seems apparent . . .I do a weekly podcast called Communio Sanctorum – The History of the Ch...