Blog • Sep 5, 2018

John Scotus Eriugena and the unknowability of God

The life of controversial medieval philosopher, John the Irish Gael. A guest post from about-history.com

Magazine articles • Issue 127 • Aug 13, 2018

Everyone a bride of Christ

Medieval's developed "bridal mysticism."

Magazine articles • Issue 127 • Aug 13, 2018

Seeing Christ crucified in her soul

Margery Kempe’s story gives us a window into the daily lives of many devout medieval people.

Magazine articles • Issue 127 • Aug 13, 2018

The agony and the ecstasy

catherine of siena invited others into a passionate, physical devotion

Magazine articles • Issue 127 • Aug 13, 2018

The fires of love

From the highest nobility to the lowest working class, medievals heard the call of God over four centuries.

Magazine
Current issue 127

Medieval Lay Mystics

Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. I John 4:7a (NIV)

Today in History

Quote of the day

“There is not in Scripture a word more distinctly Divine in its origin and meaning than the word holy. There is not a word that leads us higher into th...”

Murray, Andrew. Holy in Christ: Thoughts on the Calling of God’s Children to be Holy as He is Holy. Chicago, New York, Toronto: Fleming H. Revell Co., 1887.

Devotional

March quickly through enemy territory (1864)

Arise and go, for this is no place to rest, because of uncleanness that destroys with a grievous destruction—Micah...