The Feast of Epiphany marks the end of Christmas, and commemorates the Magi who followed a star to find the Christ-child. More on Epiphany customs in our book.
“We think in this humanistic manner . . . because of Christianity.”
We’ve heard the Christmas story so many times that it’s easy for us to lose sight of how revolutionary it was. Peter Wehner in The New York Times: The Christmas Revolution
“Made Uranus, and Venus, became a fetus.”
We know you’ve been looking for an MC who could rap about the mystery of the Incarnation and the Trinity. I bring you the Calvinist-Baptist badass Shai Linne. Listen to him rap, “Fully dvine, fully human, introducing the hypostatic union.” He reminds me of a young Bruce Springsteen, in that he squeezes so many words into a single line and, yet, somehow it works. Listen after the jump:
St. Dominic preached against Gnosticism, the belief that the material world is evil and of no value and that the spiritual world is good and holy. Learn more after the jump: