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What If My Whole Life Has Been Wrong?

A stirring face-off with existential dread, by Eric Youngblood: An unopened bill still must be paid. I suspect we have all realized it to be so. Even though your mortgage statement sits stacked and unexamined on top of bills from the water company, Chase Manhattan Bank, and Comcast, none of them can go untended to […]

Holiness is Being a Vagabond: Reflections on Tolstoy’s “Father Sergius”

To read along, go here. The possibility for man to come to God lies precisely in the fact that he is a sinner… As he was pursued by desire and fear, so he was pursued by God. -Rudolf Bultmann, “The Problem of ‘Natural Theology’” Leo Tolstoy’s short story “Father Sergius” is a parable of conversion […]