Daily Archives: March 21, 2020


Chosen in the Furnace

Is there any sense in our suffering? Today’s pairing is “Rain, in Your Black Eyes” performed by Ezio Bosso, with a haunting underwater dance/film by Julie Gautier. See the video below. “Behold, I have...


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On Living in a Pandemic Age

Augustine, C. S. Lewis, and the perfection of fear. We can name the moment the COVID-19 pandemic reached the center of the American consciousness: around 8:30 p.m., Central Standard Time, on Wednesday, March 11....


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5 Single Women I Want to Be When I Grow Up

During Women’s History Month, I celebrate the unattached females who shaped the church. I occasionally get asked the well-meaning question, “Why aren’t you married?” Setting aside the dubious connection between being likeable and being...


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