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The Emotional Plausibility of Faith vs. Doubt

When many think about Christian doubt, they tend to imagine it as a kind of midpoint between faith and unbelief, existing in hues of grey. Matters of faith in a transcendent God are rarely so black and white, it is said, and the stance of faithful doubt is perhaps the appropriate stance all Christians should […]

Grace at a Funeral

Racial Reconciliation and a Glimpse of God’s Kingdom

Dylan on COVID and Little Richard’s Fugitive Good News

Reflections on a Rare Interview with the Rough, Rowdy, and Brilliant Bob Dylan

A Grave Burden

You Can Carry Your Memories, and God Can Carry You

Comfort to Afflicted Saints

Trading the Manageable To-Do List for Revolutionary Paradox: Blessed are the Broken

Our Stories of Suffering and the Presence of God

K.J. Ramsey on Life and Grace in the Middle Places

The Making of a Saint: The Music of Good Saint Nathanael 

Hide No Truth, A Broken Heart, and Hope that Heals

Our Souls House Many Homes

Landscape, Memory, and Ignatian Imagination

How Depression Prepared Me for the Coronavirus or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Uncertainty

A Sequestering of the Mind and a World with Him and All the Saints

When Your Worst Day Is Preparation Day (Mark 15:43-47)

Morning Devotional from An Easy Stroll Through a Short Gospel: Meditations on Mark

Casket Clarity: The Muse in a Time of Chaos

When Music Delivers Truth

The Light Changes (Everything)

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