Evolution, Evil and Original Sin
Of all the puzzles of existence that challenge our religious ideas, none cause more anguish and more crises of faith than suffering, death and evil.
Hotly in Pursuit of the Real
Ever since I learned to read, I have wanted to be a fiction writer.
Informing and Forming Terror
It was chilling to read, to see the pictures. The Sunday New York Times Magazine of Oct.
On Nov. 20, 1581, the British Jesuit Edmund Campion, along with two others, was tried and found guilty of high treason.
Rethinking Mission in India
Anational symposium titled Breaking New Ground in Mission was held in Shillong, India, from July 5 to 9, 2001, in which leading missiologists, pastors and experts participated.
Books and Culture
In 1996 Jack Miles won the Pulitzer Prize for biography with a learned, gripping, semi-plausible flight of fancy.
The Mountain of Silence is a personal search by a recently reconverted agnostic sociologist into the world of Orthodox spirituality.
I wonder if there is a new fascination for books about books, especially those books we call classics.
T. C. Boyle’s collected short stories (1998) amply confirmed his impressive imagination and facility with language and narration.
John Cornwell’s latest effort at faithful, constructive criticism (following his highly controversial Hitler’s Pope) focuses on the f
William J. O’Malley, S.J., has been teaching theology for the past 30 years and has written a score of books.