I’m not made in the image of a phone. But I do believe I’m made in the image of a loving God, who respects people as people, and objects as objects. And never shall the twain meet.
In February 1st, 1933, two days after Hitler’s election as chancellor of Germany, a young theologian gave a radio address on the theme of leadership in Berlin. Dietrich Bonhoeffer was […]
“Please help. Who am I?” Tomorrow I’m catching up with Sarah, and I care so much about her. If it plays out as it has every other time we’ve conversed […]
Who am I? Who are you? Who are we? What is that makes “us” a “we?” Some combination of these questions is nearly always whirring around in the background of […]
Marilyn Monroe had a disturbing dream in 1955. She recollects in fragmented sentences how her psychoanalyst and her acting teacher had her in an operation room, and started to open […]
In an 1867 play called Peer Gynt, Norwegian dramatist Henrik Ibsen expresses what would become one of the fundamental dogmas of modern, and even more post-modern, humanism: “What should a man be? […]
Have you been to the gym or pool recently? It’s summertime here in the Northern Hemisphere, and my guess is that you or someone you know has spent time in […]