TheologyThe Other Benedict Option: Humility
What a sixth-century monk can teach all of us about public engagement
In sixth-century Europe, unprecedented chaos gripped the dying remnants of the Roman Empire. As Europe entered a period of political chaos and moral decline, a young Christian by the name of Benedict started a movement that would radically reshape Christian habits of life for more than a millennium.
His primary contribution was fairly basic, perhaps even pedestrian: He offered a clear and orderly way to organize Christian monasteries, penning what came to be known as The Rule, which detailed how ...
Friday, August 3, 2018
The Other Benedict Option: Humility