- Jan 22, 2020
As Western culture moves farther away from the Judeo-Christian beliefs that established it and made it a distinctive civilization in the history of humanity, there is a swift return to darker worldviews.
“People are drawn in when we express ourselves in a way that is appropriately transparent, honest, and hopeful,” says Robert Wicks.
Millions of people voted in an online poll in 2015 to have the face of Harriet Tubman on the US$20 bill. But many might not have known the story of her life as chronicled in a recent film, “Harriet.”
There’s no distracting ourselves or avoiding the indisputable. Our mortality is looking us right in the face. What are we going to do about it?
Kathryn Jean Lopez speaks to Crux about “A Year with the Mystics: Visionary Wisdom for Daily Living”.
In the New Testament, we’re told that there are times in which we entertain angels without knowing it. The awareness of such possible spiritual visitations can be consoling and encouraging to us in the midst of life’s struggles and sorrows.