Tag Archives: reformation

Post Tenebras Lux

If you see me in person you may note the phrase post tenebras lux on my left arm. Like all the ink permanently on my skin (as opposed to the temporary tattoos my kids like to draw on me) there’s a reason behind it, and it isn’t just an affinity for Latin. Today, 502 years […]

The Center of Ethics

Before I continue in this series of ethics I’d like to pause and revisit the cornerstone on which all Christian ethics stand. I cannot add to these wonderful words from Dietrich Bonhoeffer, so I will let them speak for themselves: The origin and the essence of all Christian life are comprised in the one process […]