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Recent Articles

Detail from a painting by Marianne North, Trees Laden with Parasites and Epiphytes in a Brazilian Garden.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Insights on Creation

By Barbara Kingsolver, Pope John Paul II, Flannery O'Connor, Wendell Berry

“I have got, over the years, a sense of the immense sweep of creation, of the evolutionary process in everything, of how incomprehensible God must necessarily be to be the God of heaven and earth.”

ohara koson, three tree sparrows in a rain shower

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

The Sparrow

By Jane Tyson Clement

The road to the village of Drury was dusty, as it drove straight through the meadows, curved down a small hill, over the stone bridge, passed along the river valley into the woods, and came out to the cluster of dwellings . . .

detail from The Man with the Hoe by Jean-Francois Millet

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

A Gospel of the Ground

By Daniel J. Stulac

Read a fresh take on food and farming, the birth of a calf (it's messy), and good news, born in a barn: “God declares this planet worth his time and attention. We are creatures designed by God to get our hands dirty.”