Worldview Guide for The Iliad

4 of 5 stars to Worldview Guide for The Iliad by Louis Markos I attended a couple talks by Louis Markos at the 2017 ACCS National Convention and really appreciated his energy and his knowledge. When I saw that he had written Worldview Guides for Canon Press for The Iliad, The Odyssey, and The Aeneid, … Continue reading Worldview Guide for The Iliad

The Codes of Hammurabi and Moses

2 of 5 stars to The Codes of Hammurabi and Moses A lot of death required by these laws. I guess liberally executed capital punishment is a more likely deterrent than a complex system of fines and other punishments. Ham was trying to make a name for himself by establishing order in his empire. Contrasts … Continue reading The Codes of Hammurabi and Moses

Ante Lux, Tenebras

Auditing Omnibus for the last six years has done more to shape my worldview than almost all of the formal education I’ve received. If I could only choose between having gone through seminary or Omnibus, that would be a tough call. For realZ. What I’m saying is, Omnibus–the readings and discussions–is really good stuff. For … Continue reading Ante Lux, Tenebras

The Government of Stability

We’ve been reading Brave New World in Omnibus the last couple weeks, and eww, and ouch, and it’s provoked some thoughts for our communion mediation. The goal of the gospel is more than stability, it is unity. While it’s true that those who fear the Lord will be like well-rooted trees, ready for both storms … Continue reading The Government of Stability