Below are some of my recent written works. They include:
- My book about Galatians
- A newsletter about my next book on the Church Calendar
- A number of essays written for The Living Church’s Covenant blog
- And a few Letters from the Headmaster from my work at Coram Deo Academy.
This is a very short book about a very short letter that will help you become a better reader of Galatians, and other New Testament letters for that matter.
From Law to Logos: Reading St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians is a primer for reading Galatians for all it is worth. The focus of this book is preparing lay Christians to understand Galatians by reading it as a letter, in its entirety, over and over again. At the end of each chapter, the reader is better prepared to read and study Galatians in its literary, historical, and theological context.
I write a newsletter about approaching the Church Calendar as an apprenticeship in Holiness. In addition to (hopefully) being helpful and informative, this newsletter is also a means of finalizing the draft of my next book, called Rhythms of Habit: The Church Calendar as an Apprenticeship in Holiness. Join me along the way to get a first look at much of the content of that book!
Paid and free subscriptions are available. Reach out if you are interested in a group discount for your church, book club, or small group.
I am a contributor for the Covenant blog from The Living Church. Some of my recent essays are linked below.
- In Praise of the Beautiful Game: on soccer and virtue ethics.
- This Month Shall Be for You: on Esther and the season of Lent
- Artificial Intelligence Is No Substitute for Wisdom: on AI and the liberal arts
- Camino de Solo Dad: a reflection on my time as a solo parent while my wife walked the Camino de Santiago
- The Humanities: an Antidote to Hot Takes on the liberal arts as a cure for our approaches to public discourse
- Social Media That Doesn’t Shrink Your Soul: on alternatives to Big Social
I also write a very occasional personal newsletter. Think of it as slower, but still social, media.
I occasionally send letters to our school’s parents, students, and faculty. Some of those letters are also linked below.
- Let them be born in wonder: a short reflection on the wonderful work of the Integrated Humanities Program at the University of Kansas.
- The Virtues are Moral Muscles: a four-part introduction to the Virtues (Cardinal, Theological, and Academic)
- AI, School, and You: a letter to students about ChatGPT and their academic work.
- On End of Year Academic Awards Ceremonies: An excerpt from my opening remarks at our Rhetoric School Awards Ceremony.
- Remarks: Rhetoric Capstone Presentations