Rodney Clapp explores the religious dimensions of popular culture
Halloween's tradition of shadowy characters makes it as good a time as any to think on the reality of evil, sin and death that besets us.
If agriculture survives at all on the Great Plains, it will be very limited. What will take its place? Not many people, that's for sure.
I am not squeamish about most animals or insects. But snakes are a different story.
Air travel—perhaps paradoxically—tutors us in patience, a practice in short supply in today's world.
I am confident that the new creation will include animals. I hope that it will include Merle, my deceased smooth-coat collie.
Rodney Clapp is a writer and editor who focuses on theology and culture.
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