I am not sure my faith is as big as Victor Lee Austin, Leonard Cohen, the author of the “Book of Job,” the prophet Jeremiah, the apostle Paul, Jean Pierre de Caussade, or even Terrence Malick.
On Wednesday 21 September Leonard Cohen turned 82.
I continue to be troubled by last Sunday’s reading from the Gospel of Luke, which of course is half the point of parables.
Disappointment is a decision.
In most cases, it is not so much making “right” decisions that is most important as it is making our decisions from the right place. It is more about attitude and process than perfect answers. Read the rest of this entry »
Terrence Malick’s 1973 film “Badlands” is a movie that invites the viewer to enter into the experience of loneliness and alienation.
My bucket list is full. And it is not getting emptied out any too quickly.
Matthew Yglesias is usually a thoughtful, insightful political commentator.
Terrence Malick’s brilliant lyrical masterpiece, The New World begins in the wilds of Virginia in 1607 as the new world is about to be accosted by explorers from England.
According to a report in the Canadian “Anglican Journal” a recent annual Resources for Mission stewardship gathering in Mississauga, Ontario received some sobering wisdom and helpful insight for the church from Mark Dunwoody, diocesan missioner for the Anglican diocese of Montreal.