No one. This is from “Existential Comics,” always a good read, and reminded me of Lamentations. I recall coming across those who argued that the biblical author(s) critiquing/challenging God about the justice of allowing Jerusalem to be destroyed was an example of the erosion of faith. It always occurred to me that it is quite the opposite. One doesn’t challenge the “justice” or “mercy” of an entity one doesn’t believe in. Lament is the most affirming statement of faith one who is mourning can make.
It is oddly gratifying and encouraging that we live in perhaps a “golden” time for those who grieve and mourn. It is […]
I ended on a rant, so I added “(and movies)” to the article title. Feel free to skip down to the actual […]
We are almost done with inauguration week. Almost. The National Prayer Service, a tradition which dates back to 1789, is happening today, […]
In the comments to my post about Canada’s healthcare system as a model to be emulated Don replied with some good comments […]