Joshua Heavin

A Christian Ethic of Sex in a Pornographic Age – Christian Article

By Joshua Heavin In the late fourth and early fifth centuries, the church had no shortage of theological controversies and societal crises at hand. Yet several prominent theologians nonetheless devoted significant time to writing about marriage and human sexuality. St. Gregory of Nyssa, for instance, amidst fierce debates over the Trinity, Christology, and the Spirit, while vigorously denouncing the injustices of slavery in a declining empire, devoted fifteen beautiful homilies to theological and mystical reflections on the Song of Songs.…

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On Theological Education and the Church’s Health – Christian Article

By Joshua Heavin In a recent interview with the Los Angeles Review of Books, Alan Jacobs described the realization that compelled him to write The Year of Our Lord 1943: Christian Humanism in an Age of Crisis: “…what was so strange is that… right in the middle of the war… all three of these people [Auden, C. S. Lewis, and Jacques Maritain among others] were talking about education, and the formation of young minds and young characters. And I thought,…

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