Family Worship: The Voice of Rejoicing in the Christian Home

I’m pleased to publish this contribution to our family worship series from Shane Anderson. “The voice of rejoicing and salvation is in the tabernacles of the righteous!” (Psalm 118:15)

/ April 21, 2017

Gangs of New Jerusalem: Act 1

We’ve been told that this is “unintelligible.” “Self-indulgently self-referential,” they’ve called it. “Possibly a really bad idea.” “Only five people will get it,” they’ve said. Well, you know who else they said that about? Shaw. Molière. Sheridan. Congreve. Aristophanes. Also...

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Mere Fidelity: The Resurrection of Politics

Matt, Derek, and Mere-O’s own Jake Meador discuss the implications of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ for political theology. (Note: Matt posted the wrong episode before, so please shame him appropriately.) If you like the show, please do leave us...

/ April 19, 2017

Polis/Counter-polis: On the Civic Benedict Option

October 2016 was a simpler, more innocent time. We were all youths, wet behind the ears; we look back at ourselves with a kind of bemused affection. Rod Dreher assumed, surely—we all assumed—that Hillary Clinton would win in November, that...

/ April 18, 2017

On Family Worship and Failure

The latest post in our series comes from Eric Hutchinson.

/ April 17, 2017
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Mere Fidelity: On Genesis 1, Part Two

We enjoyed our last Bible study on Genesis 1 so much that we decided to do it again. Listen in as Alastair, Matt and Andrew discuss the second half of the chapter. If you like the show, please do leave...

/ April 13, 2017

Family Worship as Spiritual Formation

The first post in this series comes from my friend Eric Parker.

/ April 13, 2017

On Reinvigorating Family Worship: A Mere O Project

I’m excited to announce a short series of posts we’ll be running in the coming days on family worship. I have had a growing sense of the need for this sort of series for awhile, due in part to the BenOp...

/ April 12, 2017

Is it really that bad?: Christianity, Secularism, and the Apocalypse

I think it was C. S. Lewis who once said of a new friend, maybe Owen Barfield, that he had read all the right books only to come to all the wrong conclusions. Lewis’s quote came to mind on several...

/ April 10, 2017
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Mere Fidelity: A Bible Study on Genesis 1

Alastair, Derek and Matt get together for a good ol’ fashioned Bible study on Genesis 1. If you like the show, please do leave us a review on iTunes. We are also available on Google Play. If you’re interested in...

/ April 4, 2017