The Lies We Tell Ourselves

No nation produces better novels than Russia. It isn’t even close. Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Pasternack, Chekhov, Nabakov, Solzhenitsyn, Turgenev, these are men whose greatest books are worthy of being read multiple times and who have enraptured the imagination of millions all over the world. Crime and Punishment and the Brothers Karamozov by Dostoevsky are filled with such … More The Lies We Tell Ourselves

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The False and Vaporish Love of American Christians

Sunday Musings God’s indictment of ancient Israel: “Your love is like a morning cloud,          like the dew that goes early away.”  (Hosea 7:4b)  “Oh God, how is this not exactly like what You would say to American Christians? Please Lord, make us different. Don’t let my love for You ever be … More The False and Vaporish Love of American Christians

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