(1) Before his conversion, after his "heart began to shake" when talking with the "three or four women" in Bedford, Bunyan had earlier been unmoved when he saw a vision of God while playing a game of tip-cat (Grace Abounding 22). I had never heard of that game before, but as the link explains, some people see it is a precursor to rounders, cricket, and baseball.
Tomorrow I will post a few observations about Wazo, vegetarianism, heresy, and some connections that others have made between one's diet and piety/holiness. That will conclude the discussion of Aquinas, Wazo, and the parable of the Wheat and Weeds.
Then on to Clement of Alexandria late in the week.