Georg Fabricius’s sixth Hymn, on Judas’s betrayal of Christ.
“Purity of heart is to blog one thing.” -E.J. Hutchinson
“And Dyes the Green of Weeping Earth”: Georg Fabricius, Hymns 1.5
Georg Fabricius on Christ’s agony in the Garden of Gethsemane.
“The Hero Crossed the Brook Kidron”: Georg Fabricius, Hymns 1.4
A poem by Georg Fabricius on Christ making his way to Gethsemane.
“I Am the Vine; the Branches—You”: Fabricius’s Third Hymn
Fabricius’s third hymn from Book 1, on Christ our Advocate and Fructifier.
“O Wash Our Fetid Guilt”: Another Poem of Georg Fabricius
Fabricius’s second hymn: a new translation.
“Heaven’s Food”: A Poem of Georg Fabricius
A hymn of Georg Fabricius, rendered in English.
Christ in the Psalms, Christ in the Prophets, Christ in the Law
St. Augustine on Christ in the Old Testament.
If Christ Is God, Why Does He Pray?
Augustine on Psalm 2:8.
When God’s Anger Isn’t Like Yours (or Mine)
St. Augustine on anger in Psalm 2.
Under the Law, In the Law
St. Augustine on being “in” the law as opposed to being “under” the law.
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