By Ephraim Radner • “Few meetings are the result of chance.” — Christian de Chergé, Trappist monk, who was martyred in 1996.
Essays & Reviews
By Dennis Raverty • What is surprising, given Marc Chagall’s Jewish background and faith, is the number of Christian themes that emerge in his work.
“I’ve grown attached to reading 2 Cor. 13:14 through the lens of three images, apportioning its triune blessing among them.”
Review by Charles R. Henery • “After I’ve been dead five years, no one will read anything I’ve written.” C.S. Lewis was quite wrong.
We may not think of ourselves as idolaters. But lack of awareness is no adequate assurance that other deities haven’t set up shop in our lives.
By Daniel Muth • If God is good, how can there be evil? To many a modern mind, it is the great atheist “gotcha!”
By Daniel A. Westberg • Health is a self-evident good, with clear benefits for both the individual and the whole of society.
By S.L. Woodford • “I can’t believe I lost my mother this morning,” I type.
Review by Benjamin M. Guyer • What happens when we strip reproduction of its majesty and mystery?
By Daniel A. Westberg • In five eras of the last century a national health program for Americans was proposed with genuine hope for reform.