Category Archives: Quotes of the Week
Screwtape advises Wormwood to use mindless triviality and banality in his attack on the Christian.
We tend to understand race, racism, and the form of racialization as constants rather than as variables.
The real problem in America today isn’t that we believers are foreigners. It’s that our children and grandchildren aren’t.
Surely our lives are greatly enriched when we recognize the mysterious beauty of the interplay between God’s ways and ours.
A paragraph of refreshing common sense from atheist writer Julian Barnes.
John Chrysostom (349-407 A.D.) asks the question, “What could ever be equal to these good tidings?”
Borrowing a few lyrics from “Joy to the World”, here’s how the joy of God flows out from our hearts into civilization.
One of my favorite lesser-known hymns that fits the Christmas season well
J. C. Ryle on how Scripture testifies to Christ.
I would say that a “dull preacher” is a contradiction in terms; if he is dull he is not a preacher.