St. Paul’s Hymn of Glory

  I think Ephesians is my favorite letter of St. Paul.  It is incredibly profound, while at the same time, incredibly accessible. It was widely circulated throughout the early Church because it was such a powerful catechesis on the nature of Christ and the Church (something we looked at last time). Ephesians begins, “Paul, an […]

Ephesus and Ephesians: Windows into what it means to be Church

Recently, I joined over 35 evangelical students and professors on a study pilgrimage tracing out the paths of St. Paul, visiting the seven churches of Revelation, learning at the locations of the first seven ecumenical councils.  While I have been to the Holy Land many times, this was my first time to modern day Turkey, […]