When is the last time you bought a collection of poems—not because you were required to buy it for a class, but because you wanted it?
“Seven Stanzas at Easter” was written by John Updike and has become a much-loved poem.
In this essay I will show how novel reading—and especially novel re-reading—can do what Zylstra says: “disclose God’s glory for human delight.”
“You hypocrites!” says Christ in Calvin Seerveld’s paraphrase of Matthew 23:24, “You strain gnats out of your wine but swallow the American, suburban way of life whole, like a camel.” Jesus, of course, directed his stinging dart at the Pharisees, but Seerveld applies his to suburban Americans, and probably more specifically, suburban American Christians.
What is it about climate change science that upsets a significant number of Christian evangelicals?
The first in a three part series, Dave Schelhaas seeks to give a to partial explanation for the fact that many Christians are climate change deniers.