Daily Archives: May 31, 2010

Blessed Mary…

Joel Garver points out the foolishness of treating Mary as the true anti-type of Eve, as Jesus is the true anti-type of Adam: In the case of Adam we have a figure who typologically points forward to Christ. This type, however, … Continue reading

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Festal Laughter

Peter Leithart quotes sections of Mikhail Bakhtin’s Dialogic Imagination and Rabelais and his World. In his discussion of laughter in the Medieval Ages, Bakhtin talks about how laughter invaded certain celebrations in the Church Year. In particular, he references the … Continue reading

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Trinity Talk Interview on J.R.R. Tolkien

My interview with Mark Horne on J.R.R. Tokien is now available.

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