Why do we crave drama? Why do our little pauses in the day–to see what’s going on in the world, peek at social media, follow our sport, finish the day […]
I’m reading a book that makes me giggle, tear up, or draw smiley faces at seemingly every other page: Gilead, by Marylinne Robinson. A Pulitzer Prize winner, it is a […]
Why do you exist? Why do I? How can it be that these words on a computer screen – written in a distant place, carried by invisible impulses, displayed by […]
The question of God is not a theoretical exercise; it spurts from our guts as well as from our minds.
[Editor’s note: today we have an excerpt from a classic argument by John Locke, the seventeenth century philosopher, to shake things up a bit] I think that it is beyond […]