In This Issue
My life must be lived as a response to something beyond myself and my material needs.
The version of Christian history I grew up with hit fast-forward after John’s Revelation and held it until the late 20th century.
Anger can be both healthy and helpful. Rage offers only destruction.
Life in the Roman and Byzantine empires was utterly theatrical.
In my Argentine in-laws’ neighborhoods, there are Protestant churches on every corner. They aren’t mainline.