PhD student Bethany Bowen-Wefuan describes the powerful impact starting a reading group has had on her life and gives practical steps for starting your own.
Ashley Hales invites us to consider reading as an act of social change in her review of Chris Smith's Reading for the Common Good.
Karen Swallow Prior shares the content of one of her favorite lectures.
Looking for a good book to curl up with this summer? We have a list for you.
Perhaps students plagiarize because they have a false idea of what is expected of them as scholars; Jonathan Swift offers a corrective in his story of a bee.
As a graduate student, Karen Swallow Prior was introduced to John Milton's concept of reading books promiscuously by a professor initially hostile to Christianity.
Holly describes the role of literature in her coming to faith and the connection between her development as a teacher and her discipleship as a Christian.
Do you experience the joy of God’s playfulness? Carmen Acevedo Butcher finds evidence of it in the literature she studies and in her life.
English professor Laura Veltman finds Truth in fiction and gives some suggested readings.
Our Christmas card photo unnerved me this year. Our two young daughters in burgundy and raspberry velvet dresses, my husband in a brownish jacket, me in a dark chambray dress with a cabled sweater and a red-beaded necklace...
Ann Boyd reflects on the complicated relationship she has with Lent and what Jesus has taught her through it.
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