The Phone Is Too Much With Us

A poem by Benjamin Chase, after William Wordsworth.


Ellul Meets Bazin: The Ethics of Reality and the Photo/Cinema Image

On the very first page of his book The Humiliation of the Word, the French theologian and cultural critic Jacques Ellul makes his first reference to cinema: “There is also cinematic language—I’m well … [Read More...]


Eschatology and the Technological Future Review

Michael S. Burdett is a postdoctoral fellow at Oxford's Wycliffe Hall and holds degrees in engineering, physics, and theology. My imagination tells me he can answer basically any kind of question you … [Read More...]


To Read This Poem

Type in the following characters or identify below each photograph containing one or more egrets. (FTWA: the egret is a member of the heron family, usually buff or white, … [Read More...]

The Cultivated Life

Susan S. Phillips, The Cultivated Life: From Ceaseless Striving to Receiving Joy, InterVarsity Press, May 2015, paperback, 256 pages Who can deny that the popular lyrics … [Read More...]

The Percept of Witness

It is not the task of Christianity to provide easy answers to every question, but to make us progressively aware of a mystery. God is not so much the object of our knowledge … [Read More...]

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