The (Hidden) Theology and History of O Come, O Come Emmanuel

If anyone had a side hustle or a gig, it was the Anglican priest and hymn writer, John Mason Neale. Neale (1818-1866) not only founded a nursing order of Anglican nuns, helped social welfare organizations care for orphans and young woman, and was a warden of Sackville college, but he translated early and medieval Greek and Latin hymns… Read More

How Your Family of Origin Impacts Your Marriage Now

Follow us on Facebook The term family of origin is familiar to some but many not everyone. Everyone should have an understanding of it, being that in the realm of emotional and relationship health, it’s critical. Therapists probably have slightly different interpretations of the meaning and process. Here is my definition:“Family of origin… Read More

Do the Gospels Contradict Themselves? Is the Bible Reliable?

Like us on facebook Deliberate Formal ContradictionsA consequence of having four records of the same life is that there are many overlapping sections among accounts and many opportunities for narratives to differ from each other. It is actually common in normal life that multiple reports of the same events will be, or will at… Read More