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The Desire for a Relationship God

The story is ostensibly a sad tale of a short-lived machine exploited by humans, yet it is also a story about a creature yearning to connect with what it perceives as a higher order of beings. Continue reading »

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The Rhetoric of Worldviews

On September 16, 2014, an incident occurred at James Madison University (JMU) that soon attracted the attention of national media news outlets. Continue reading »

This Fine-Tuned Universe

The fact that our universe is life-permitting doesn’t give us evidence for the Many Universe Hypothesis. It does, however, give us evidence for a fine-tuning God. Continue reading »

Knowing Christ Through Musical Worship

I don’t know whether this connection is deep and natural for others, but for me, it has always made sense: God and song, song and God. Continue reading »

You Be the Judge: Shakespeare's Moral Universe

There is, however, a fundamental difference between the approach of Milton and Dante on the one hand and Shakespeare on the other. Continue reading »

The Clockwork Universe

Science and religion may never ever get back together in the same way, but Dolnick reminds us that in the not-so-distant past, they were once brothers. Continue reading »

Fare Forward

Fare Forward's first essay contest, in conjunction with the Augustine Collective, is now open. All entries must be received by December 1, 2015. Continue reading »

The Relevancy of Quakerism

The guidance of the Quaker Testimonies (simplicity, peace, integrity, community, equality, service and stewardship) could not be more relevant to today’s oppressive, materialistic, and war-torn world. Continue reading »

Blindness, Sight, and Everything in Between

One element of the story is strange, though: why does it take multiple times for Jesus to heal the blind man’s affliction? Continue reading »

Atul Gawande's Being Mortal

"A seemingly happy life may be empty. A seemingly difficult life may be devoted to a great cause." Continue reading »

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