SAVE US, O MAN & PSALM 146

By Jan-Louw Kotze Save Us, O Man Not since many years yonder Did we find ourselves confined, Suffering and cleaved asunder The unassuming...

EVER ANCIENT, EVER NEW

I was eight when the towers fell, the Pentagon went up in smoke, and flight 93 went down. In the span of a single, cataclysmic morning,...

PRAYER AND BLEACH

The CDC recommends that to make a disinfecting solution that can kill the coronavirus, you must mix “5 tablespoons (1/3rd cup) bleach per...

GOOD OMENS: Movie Review

By Justice Sahaydak When an Amazon series about an angel and a demon who team up to prevent the Biblical apocalypse was released, many...

Caring for Creation through Agriculture

Christians of every profession must, at some point, ask themselves the role of their work in God’s order. Invariably, this discussion...

Even the Wind and the Sea Obey

By Davis Melin Wind sweeps across the surging waves. White caps collide with each other as beams of light from the setting sun illuminate...

Poetry as Liturgy

By Emily Stambau “For the fates of both men and beasts are the same: As one dies, so dies the other—they all have the same breath. Man...

God (and Other Greasier Alternatives)

By Grace Olson Rhetoric, the capacity to see the available means of persuasion, is at work everywhere. While this Aristotelian definition...

The Valley of the Shadows

by Jennifer Schmitt Carnell To altar is need re-lented ashes to ashes control repented To altar the kneaded in coals risen then broken...