It is precisely because the natural world bears witness to all the good things that Christianity fulfills that nature and grace need not be at war, and the earthliness of our origin need not preclude the heavenliness of our destiny.

Recent Additions

The following are the blog posts, podcasts, audio lectures, and articles that have been most recently added to the site.

The Mediocrity of the New Covenant?

According to Reformed Theology, even the “good...

Two Years a Catholic

On September 23rd, 2012 (two years ago today), I...

Why a Legal Fiction is not Pulp Fiction

*** By Jonathan Prejean *** Recently, I’ve...

About Creed Code Cult

The Christian faith has been described as being composed of three distinct, yet intimately related, areas of focus: Creed (what we believe), Code (how we live), and Cult (how we worship). Our purpose here is to consider the doctrine, spiritual life, and liturgical worship of Catholic Christianity through the lens of the New Covenant, according to which the age to come sacramentally intrudes the here and now, and the already is giving way to the not-yet.

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Recent Blog Posts

October 6, 2014 |

The Mediocrity of the New Covenant?

According to Reformed Theology, even the “good works” which Christians are called to do are “tainted by...

September 23, 2014 |

Two Years a Catholic

On September 23rd, 2012 (two years ago today), I was received into full communion with the Catholic Church....

September 15, 2014 |

Why a Legal Fiction is not Pulp Fiction

*** By Jonathan Prejean *** Recently, I’ve read several comments from Reformed Christians on the question of...

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