If you feel that education plays an important role in our current cultural, political, and religious climate, Jacob’s book provides a primer for seeing what really intelligent Christians have written under extremely difficult Christian circumstances. If we feel that we must ask for Christianity and education to renew their vows to teach other, we can take comfort in knowing that the precedent for those vows have been and that God providentially directed their steps.
Almost everyone who has read Emily Dickinson’s work probably knows that she did not care to go out very often. I agree whole-heartedly with that mentality. The problem is that […]
We read a lot of different stories and most of them are short stories that seem to have an end where everyone just has to feel empty inside. Here’s a […]
It took me a good two pages before I learned that Rappaccini is a symbol for the Catholic Priest. “His figure soon emerged into view, and showed itself to be […]