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The Local Love of God in a Global Hellstorm

“It May Look Like I’m Surrounded, But I’m Surrounded by You.”

In These Certain Times

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Another Week Ends: Kierkegaard, Resurrection Sufferings, Pandemic Deadly Sins, Strategic Inefficiency, Cathartic Humor, and our Groundhog Days

1. Over at Marginalia Thomas Millay reviews what looks to be a fantastic book on Søren Kierkegaard, by Sylvia Walsh. She provocatively contends that Kierkegaard believed humans were incapable of actually becoming virtuous. The virtues, for him, are the means to measure failure. The Christian life is not the progressive accumulation of successes, but continual […]

Give Me the Cure

Diagnosis, Death, and Hope in ‘Fugazi’

The Blessing (in which I begrudgingly admit everything will be alright)

Confessions of a Certified Catastrophizer

Monsters of Hope: Parenting in a Pandemic

We Need the Hope of Our Children Right Now

Workism in a Literal Pandemic


The Pandemic and the Coffee Shop

What We Learn in Chaos