From On the Incarnation,* by Saint Athanasius (c. 297 – 373) . . .
Advent Table Topic
As we enter Christmas Eve worship, let us remember these words from Athanasius . . .
On the Incarnation, by Saint Athanasius (c. 297 – 373), begins: In our former book [i.e. the Contra Gentes (Against the Heathens)], we dealt fully enough with a few of the chief points about the heathen worship of idols, and how those false fears originally arose. We also, by God’s grace, briefly indicated that the […]
On Tuesday, an Assistant Professor of Family & Community spoke to the Christian Medical Society/CMDA at Penn State Hershey College of Medicine on “Christ-centered Humility in Medicine.” His presentation drove home the importance of discussing and embracing humility in the context of health care. Why? When we (and those with whom we are close) receive care […]
Kathleen Norris writes: I once heard a Protestant clergywoman say to an ecumenical assembly, “We all know there was no Virgin Birth. Mary was just an unwed, pregnant teenager, and God told her it was okay. That’s the message we need to give girls today, that God loves them, and forget all this nonsense about […]