Jude

Reading “Jesus Wept” via Plutarch’s Cato the Younger

John 11.35 is one of my favorite, if not the favorite, bible verses. Simply, “Jesus wept.” We know the story

Theology

Why can’t I use this quote from Plutarch about atheism to make a point about Christians?

Homer also gives him the epithets of murderous and Jacka-both-sides. Moreover, Chrysippus, explaining the name of this Deity, fixes a

Scripture

Plutarch and θεόπνευστος

In a recent conversation, one which I’m not going to link to because, well, every challenge presented, even in the

Rhetoric

What does Plutarch have to do with Deutero-Pauline?

Plutarch (46 – 120 AD) records that the great orator Gorgias delivered a speech to the Greeks regarding concord, a

Books

Paul Among the People – Contents

This is the second part of my review of Sarah Ruden’s Paul Among the People from Image Catholic Books.  You