GLOSSARY FOR EPHESUS Nestorianism – Nestorius, bishop of Constantinople, and his followers believed that divine and human persons remained separate in the incarnate Christ. For their adherence to this doctrine, they were ecclesiastically condemned in 431.
Okay, bear with me here. I have this idea that my readers are just sitting on the edge of their seats, wailing plaintively, “Oh, please! Please! Tell me about the Councils of the Church!” Well, not
Looking for a last-minute theater experience? Tonight only, May 2, Sight and Sound Theatres are presenting the hit musical Jonah: On Stage in theaters across America. More than a million people have enjoyed Jonah: On
“If the image on the Shroud of Turin were thought to be of a Pharaoh, an emperor, an ancient warrior, or, indeed, just about anybody from antiquity, then the world of science and academia would
THE CHAIR OF KATHY: From Which I Ponder the Chair of Peter, and Its Significance in the History of the Church
Here is my chair. It is where I sit, watching the soup pot and watching the birds, and pondering the mysteries of the universe. Today I’ve been thinking about the Chair of Peter, the feast
The tornado that tore through Mississippi on Saturday, January 14, left a trail of destruction more than fifteen miles long. Four people died, more than 20 were injured, in the EF3 tornado which packed winds between