In this post I explain two concrete, compositional models of the Incarnation based on an essay by Thomas Flint.
Every so often I'll probably post on new and upcoming books that I find useful, interesting, and important. Here are four to start off this trend. 1. Septuagina: A Reader's Edition It takes an immense amount of effort to learn to read (and/or speak) a new language. It also takes a lot of effort to… Continue reading Greek Readers and Thomism: Four Books to Watch Out For