Much good crop is still being pulled from the fertile fields of theologically inflected verse. Consider these five contemporary Christian poets.
Poems are not distractions from life, nor accessories to life. They are expressions of life.
Leland Ryken on three classic poems—by Milton, Rossetti, and Hopkins—that should be read and cherished by Christians today.
To read hymns as poems is to return to a venerable tradition.
Robert Frost’s famous poem isn’t a salute to can-do individualism; it’s a commentary on the self-deception we practice when constructing the story of our own lives.