Daniel Muth reviews books by Alvin Plantinga and Thomas Nagel.
Essays & Reviews
By Jesse Zink • Pope Francis stands as a reminder that ministry is first and foremost a vocation, not a profession.
He was the last in line. As he shook my hand he threw his other arm around my neck and began to weep.
Sam Keyes: Garry Wills’s chief error is assuming that first-century people must be just like 21st-century people.
Christopher Wells: The deposit of faith does not magically pass into our minds by osmosis at baptism or ordination.
Rowan Williams wants to be thought of as a poet to whom religious things matter intensely.
The neo-Gothic St. John’s Cathedral is one of the oldest churches in all of Hong Kong.
Director Aaron Aaronofsky takes God, morality, love, and human failings absolutely seriously.
All of us must be ready to answer the questions from those not (yet) in the kingdom.
By R. William Franklin • Bishop Charles Grafton had a vision for a diocese and a bishop, particularly in times of crisis.