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Recent Articles

drawing of Katharina Hutter

Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Katharina Hutter

By Jason Landsel

“I hope that God’s fire will be so brightly kindled and his work so well established that even great floods and torrents of rain will not be able to quench the fire!”

boy with laptop

Monday, September 01, 2014

Screens versus Children

By Johann Christoph Arnold

Children need spring breezes, rain, summer sun, and a lot of space to grow, not the artificial light of glowing screens.

man type setting

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Eric Gill and the Story of Plough

By Matina Horning

Gill, a sculptor and stonecutter as well as a designer, dreamed of escaping the “damned ugliness of all that capitalist industrialism produced….”

woman in a red dress walking in the city

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

God Finds an Atheist

By Sibyl Sender

Sibyl worked for a New York glossy magazine, and had no use for a God who lets children die in gutters. She opted for nihilism and sensuality, lived hard, and drank hard. Then one day it hit her...