Sin wants to unmake you. God wants to remake you.
These six poets have spoken earnestly about their experience of being black in America. Reading their words is an act of love and solidarity; a way of noticing and lamenting their struggle.
Joseph Conrad’s ‘Heart of Darkness’ teaches Christians about the sins in their own hearts, the sins committed in the name of other Christians, and the sins we can’t perceive.
Much good crop is still being pulled from the fertile fields of theologically inflected verse. Consider these five contemporary Christian poets.
Two years ago today, heaven received a man who brought John Owen’s writings to a modern age.