Transcendence describes something that transports us beyond our physical existence, something whose whole is on another spiritual plane than the sum of its parts.
As any hobbit knows, much of the joy of a good day’s walk comes from the friends who travel by your side.
With many incarnations already under its belt, does the new film version of Les Miserables live up to such rich material? The answer is one of both glory and misery.
I’m beginning to think that if I don’t have an identity crisis at least once a month, I’m simply not taking in enough good art.
Who was this namesake of Sojourn’s new cathedral?
Despite a few not-so-glaring flaws, the 2012 film Blue Like Jazz rings true, is superbly engaging, and has opened several doors for future filmmakers in the process.
I wanted to take a moment to point you to a couple of my favorite articles to come out this year on a Christian view of Halloween. I think Dr. … Continue reading Articles on Halloween and Faith
Darrin Patrick, pastor of The Journey, St. Louis and author of Church Planter: The Man, the Message, the Mission nails it.
(This review is abridged from a critical analysis submitted for a seminary course.) Peter J. Leithart. A House for My Name: A Survey of the Old Testament. Moscow, ID: Canon … Continue reading Review: A House for My Name
In light of Good Friday, one of my favorite quotes of all time regarding the cross. A.W. Tozer (The Radical Cross: Living the Passion of Christ): “Though the cross of … Continue reading Tozer on the Cross
Christopher Hitchens, the famous (or infamous) atheist and self-proclaimed “anti-theist,” recently articulated quite well what is at stake in Christian belief and why liberal Christianity is, in essence, not Christianity … Continue reading Hitchens Nails “Liberal” Christianity
It is no secret that I have had a certain enmity with Christmas for quite a few years now. As a child, I embraced Christmas as it was given me: … Continue reading Finding My Christmas: A Personal Journey to Advent