Vladimir Lossky's diary, on the road to joining the French Army in 1940, reveals an intimate portrait of the famous theologian, barely revealed in his academic writing.
If you are not concretely doing things to help the poor, you are avoiding an unavoidable part of the Christian life.
A lot of popular theological writing seems permanently focused on bigger pictures and patterns. By contrast, Soren Johnson reflects on the humble burdens of discipleship in close relief.
Insistently and unambiguously Universalist, St. Isaac believed that God’s love will conquer every rebel heart.