A Second Chance for PTSD Patients

It’s rare that any institution shows signs of having a heart. Across America, certain jurisdictions are struggling to graft one on, experimenting with special courts to try veterans whose alleged criminal offenses appear to have been triggered by post-traumatic stress disorder. Today’s Times reports on the case of Brad Eifert, an Iraq War veteran and [Read More...]

In Support of Deacon Greg

This past week, Deacon Greg Kandra announced that he’s closing down comments on his site for an indefinite period. As his junior colleague at Patheos, I want him to know I understand that move and support it wholeheartedly. It’s amazing to see the things Greg goes through over at the Deacon’s Bench. In my month [Read More...]

The Magic of Family Entertainment

One Friday evening when I was about eight, my mother came home and announced that Disney’s Alice in Wonderland, recently re-released, had opened at a theater on 57th street, a little over a mile away. If we started walking that very minute, we could just catch it. It was an indescribably tense moment. On one [Read More...]


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