A Slice of Infinity

A Slice of Infinity

"A Slice of Infinity" is aimed at reaching into the culture with words of challenge, truth, and hope. So often we're presented with rather disconcerting options when dealing with matters of great importance such as truth, good and evil, and the meaning of life. Many people today find themselves wanting something to hold onto, but do not know who or what to believe. We understand the confusion and cynicism that are so much a part of our world, and recognize the longings of the human heart. By stirring the imagination and engaging the mind, we want to share the beauty and truthfulness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. "A Slice of Infinity" is essentially our gift and invitation to you, that you might further examine your beliefs, your culture, and the unique message of Jesus Christ.

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  • Signs, Slogans, and Escape Vehicles

    In 2010 the Freedom From Religion Foundation launched the largest freethinkers billboard campaign ever to take place in the heart....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - June 9, 2017

  • Throwing Stones

    Each of us, in an instant, can drudge up a snapshot of humanity at its worst. Images of genocide in....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - June 7, 2017

  • Vapor and Mist

    Nature’s first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leafs a flower; But only so an hour.....

    - Margaret Manning   |   - June 6, 2017

  • In the Beginning

    Someone once told me that the most comforting premise of the Christian imagination was, for her, the assurance of a....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - June 5, 2017

  • The Good Story

    In publishing his godless Bible for those without faith, A. C. Grayling may have expected a mixed reception. The “religious....

    - Amy Orr-Ewing   |   - June 2, 2017

  • Collaborative Creativity

    They gathered every Thursday around nine in the evening with pipes and pints in hand. At any given meeting there....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - June 1, 2017

  • To Squint at Light

    A Christian believer in the fourth century by the name of Gregory of Nazianzen observed that it is difficult to....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - May 31, 2017

  • Past, Present, Future

    It is not very difficult for me to spend significant amounts of time dwelling on the past. Sometimes it is....

    - Margaret Manning   |   - May 30, 2017

  • What Is Remembered

    In the days of Mordecai and Queen Esther the people of Israel set themselves to remember an eventful time in....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - May 29, 2017

  • Sigh of Relief

    Most of us likely missed it. Couched between Wednesday’s building crescendo of assignments and Friday’s promise of their demise, Thursday....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - May 26, 2017

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