Alternation between a biblical topic and what most call a “secular” subject seems to be a good practice. Yesterday we considered the former, so it’s time for the latter: What literary work more than 100 years old would you choose as your favorite?
So you can’t choose Alexander Campbell’s Christian System or McGarvey’s Commentary on Acts, and not even Chrysostom’s Homilies on the Gospel of St. John and the Epistle to the Hebrews. Though Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress would definitely qualify.
As always, news of the brethren (an ancient word for a day of old things) is always welcome.