Book Review: A Public Faith, by Miroslav Volf

Less than 2 weeks into the new year, terrorists attacked a French publishing company, killing 12 people. We hear reports of the atrocities by ISIS in Iraq and Syria. And here in Nigeria, we are fed stories of the latest Boko Haram abduction or massacre. Lest it seem like the acts of radicals are within … Continue reading Book Review: A Public Faith, by Miroslav Volf

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Religion – an excerpt

1. The Nature of Religion The Bible informs us that man was created in the image of God. When he fell in sin, he did not entirely cease to be the image-bearer of the Most High. The seed of religion is still present in all men, though their sinful nature constantly reacts against it. Missionaries … Continue reading Religion – an excerpt

The Opposite of Loneliness – A Comment

Marina Keegan, a 22-year old Yale graduate,  passed away some days ago in a car crash. She wrote a really touching essay tagged "The Opposite of Loneliness", which was published recently in a school periodical. (The essay can be found at  http://www.yaledailynews.com/news/2012/may/27/keegan-opposite-loneliness/) Her words strike me as insightful, as they draw attention to the social, … Continue reading The Opposite of Loneliness – A Comment