If one were to summarize Paul’s teaching about Christ in Col. 1:15-23, perhaps the most central idea is that of primacy. Christ has primacy in all things (v. 18). Moreover, this primacy has very many different facets. On the one hand, for example, Christ has primacy over the entire creation insofar as He is its …
According to the Apostle Paul, the life of a Christian should be characterized by an abounding in thanksgiving (Col. 2:6-7). If we consider that Christian life is fundamentally a response to the Gospel, and that the character of Christian life is therefore shaped and informed by the content of the Gospel, then we can say …
Our friendship with God is a matter of God’s grace.
How does God’s calling operate?
An analysis of the prayer of repentance from Hos. 14:1-3.
What does it mean to belong to the body of Christ?
Is divine simplicity incompatible with divine freedom and the contingency of grace?
Meditations on the virtue ethics of St. Paul the Apostle.
The examples of the saints can motivate us to live worthy lives.
Christ dwells in our hearts in virtue of the fact that we love Him.