This week, CiRCE podcasts contemplated Schole’, Graham Green’s The End of the Affair, the nature of things and what usually happens, Shakespeare’s play As You Like It, and life and death during Queen Victoria’s reign. Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review, wherever you like to listen to podcasts!
Episode 6 – Christ, the Teacher
Episode 5 – Finding Scholé without Seeking It
Episode 4 – Scholé in the Scriptural Tradition
Episode 3 – Scholé in the Ecclesial/Church Tradition
Episode 2 – Schole in the Classical Tradition
Episode 1 – Searching for Scholé, Sabbath, and Shalom
Time flies when you’re having fun (is not the lesson of this book). We are plowing our way through The End of the Affair and the end of the book is near. This week Tim is away (at sea, we think), so Heidi and David chatted about Sarah’s death, Henry’s invitation to Maurice, Maurice’s hatred of God, and the way the book’s writing shifts a bit during this section.
This week’s proverb comes to us via Solomon who wrote: “The race is not to the swift or the battle to the strong, nor does food come to the wise or wealth the brilliant or favor to the learned, but time and chance happen to them all.” Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates what this proverb has to say to modern men and women.
The Daily Poem
The Play’s the Thing