Gender Confusion on the Gridiron!

By |2014-03-12T14:44:30-06:00March 7th, 2014|Categories: Culture, Steven Jonathan Rummelsburg|Tags: |

Jennifer Welter is pretty yoked up for a chick. Evidently, she is very committed to a rigorous work out program. Surely one could not be blamed for wondering what means of strength training she’s employed to get where she’s at: men’s professional football. Although her train wreck of a debut performance was impressive in [...]

Gender-Neutral Bible Translations & the Christian Acceptance of Gay Marriage

By |2018-12-09T08:45:57-06:00March 6th, 2014|Categories: Christianity, Culture, Louis Markos, Marriage|Tags: |

Perhaps the most shocking thing about the growing acceptance of gay marriage amongst otherwise creedal Christians is the fact that the whole notion of same-sex unions would have been unthinkable a generation ago. There were certainly many Christians who felt sympathy and compassion for those trapped in the gay lifestyle and who felt called [...]

Archetypes: Masculine and Feminine

By |2016-07-17T09:59:56-06:00February 22nd, 2014|Categories: Communio, Featured, Pope Francis, Stratford Caldecott, Theology|Tags: |

In his famous press conference on the plane coming back from Rio, Pope Francis called for a more profound theology of woman–he even used the word “mystical”. For what he might mean, see “Sincere Gift”, and also Paul Evdokimov’s Woman and the Salvation of the World: A Christian Anthropology on the Charisms of Women. One of the [...]