The Irony of St. Augustine’s Conversion

If you place me in a classic desert-island scenario, I will tell you that my top choice of a book to take with me, no matter how many books you allow me, is St. Augustine's Confessions. It is rightfully one of the classics of Western writing because it has all the marks of a "great… Continue reading The Irony of St. Augustine’s Conversion

Greek Readers and Thomism: Four Books to Watch Out For

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