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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  • An Ordinary Christmas

    For those who are familiar with the Christmas narrative from the Gospel of Luke, the strangeness of the story may....

    - Margaret Manning  |   - December 13, 2016

  • The Claiming of Christmas

    There are some stories that move us whether we hear them at five or fifty-five. The 1965 release of the....

    - Jill Carattini  |   - December 12, 2016

  • Waiting

    “As for me,” said American writer E.B. White, “I en­joy liv­ing among ped­es­tri­ans who have an in­stinct­ive and ha­bitu­al real­iz­a­tion....

    - Jill Carattini  |   - December 9, 2016

  • The House of Christmas

    Some years ago, we were spending Christmas in the home of my wife’s parents. It was not a happy day....

    - Ravi Zacharias  |   - December 8, 2016

  • Earthbound

    Garrison Keillor’s description of Aunt Marie is one I have not been able to shake for some time. Repeatedly, she....

    - Jill Carattini  |   - December 7, 2016

  • Reaping Joy From Tears

    God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen is one of my favorite carols of the Advent season. God rest ye merry gentlemen....

    - Margaret Manning  |   - December 6, 2016

  • Thief in the Night

    The alarm of discovering your house has been broken into is one I imagine stays with you long after the....

    - Jill Carattini  |   - December 5, 2016

  • Imaginations Reborn

    Nicodemus was confused. He had come to Jesus under the secrecy of the night professing what he thought he knew:....

    - Jill Carattini  |   - December 2, 2016

  • The Bright Fallen World Above

    A New York Times column posed the question “Do moralists make bad novelists?” Two novelists, Alison Gregory and Pankaj Mishra....

    - Cameron McAllister  |   - December 1, 2016

  • In a World of Stories

    “You can’t stop stories being told,” Dr. Parnassus tells his relentless foe with religious assurance in The Imaginarium of Doctor....

    - Jill Carattini  |   - November 30, 2016

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