Reflections on Harry Potter

“I cannot get a cup of tea large enough nor a book long enough” –C. S. Lewis Much like C.S. Lewis, since I acquired the ability to read, I have always greatly enjoyed the reading of books. Lots of them. In fact, during elementary school I once read so many of the books in ourContinue reading “Reflections on Harry Potter”

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Luther on Secular Authority

Martin Luther No one even somewhat familiar with the life and work of Martin Luther would deny either that he wrote massive amounts of material over the course of his life or that he was extremely vitriolic and opinionated in some of these writings. For all of Luther’s famous reformation ideals and his seemingly deepContinue reading “Luther on Secular Authority”

Church Search: Beginning the Second Phase

This post is part of our ongoing Church Search. For more information, please click here or visit the Church Search tab above. For the past year (with some interruptions), Hayley and I have been visiting different churches, some for only a week and others for more extended periods of time, as part of the “FirstContinue reading “Church Search: Beginning the Second Phase”

Readings from Martin Luther

Martin Luther Martin Luther remains one of the most influential men in Western History, as his attempts to reform the Roman Catholic Church sparked nearly 500 years of debate and division within Western Christianity. It has been said that more has been written about Luther than any other person aside from Jesus of Nazareth, asContinue reading “Readings from Martin Luther”

Announcing Conciliar Post

I am pleased to announce the launching of Conciliar Post, a website dedicated to the promotion of edifying dialogue which informs, encourages, and challenges people around the world. As the About page indicates, “Conciliar Post is a collection of theological conversations, journeys of faith, reflections on Christianity, and commentary on current events from a ChristianContinue reading “Announcing Conciliar Post”