It’s true: the internet can have uses besides sharing Harlem Shake videos and blogging about what you had for breakfast. The “Read the Fathers” website is utilizing modern technology to help promote ancient theology. The basic idea is that RtF has set up a daily schedule for people all over the world to read just seven pages (= 10-15 minutes) of the Fathers a day. The RtF website also has a blog that posts introductions to the Fathers being read and information on their feast dates. The day’s reading is just a click away, either from the website or in your inbox.
RtF is about to begin reading through one of the most significant figures in early Christianity: Clement of Alexandria. Visit RtF here to join me and many others in reading Clement from March 8 through May 2!