Stewardship of Creation

Over at The High Calling, Christine Scheller recently interviewed Ari Handel, the co-writer of Noah, about the film: One way to think about this is, in Genesis, mankind is given dominion and then mankind is asked to have stewardship. I think that is pretty much reflective of where we are today. It’s undeniable that we have [Read More...]

Descending Theology: The Resurrection

To match the Good Friday poem, one of my favorites. Descending Theology: The Resurrection By Mary Karr From the far star points of his pinned extremities, cold inched in—black ice and squid ink— till the hung flesh was empty. Lonely in that void even for pain, he missed his splintered feet, the human stare buried [Read More...]

Descending Theology: The Crucifixion

A poem for this day. Descending Theology: The Crucifixion By Mary Karr  To be crucified is first to lie down on a shaved tree, and then to have oafs stretch you out on a crossbar as if for flight, then thick spikes fix you into place. Once the cross pops up and the pole stob [Read More...]

Confessions of a Christian Film Critic

I’m a Christian and a film critic, so I found myself nodding along the whole way through Ann Hornaday’s “Confessions of a Christian Film Critic” over at the Washington Post: “May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in your sight, O Lord, my rock and my redeemer.” It may [Read More...]


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