Dallas Willard writes in The Spirit of the Disciplines: ‘Much of the wisdom and analysis in the book of Proverbs is directed toward wrath, a fundamental and very complex form of evil. “A fool’s wrath is quickly known” (12:16), but “He that is slow to wrath is of great understanding” (14:29). Fear and wrath mingle […]

On Mondays, I’ll be sharing a quote from Christian history to help us learn and grow by engaging with those Christians who come before us as we sit at a soul table. From his second century A.D. writing Against Heresies, Iraneaus argues, “The powerful Word, and true man, redeeming [ransoming] us by his own blood […]

On Mondays, I’ll be sharing a quote from Christian history to help us learn and grow by engaging with those Christians who come before us as we sit at a soul table. In his Angelus Message, St. Peter’s Basilica, May 17, 1991, Pope John Paul II shares, ‘We are invited to meditate on the supreme […]