Topic: A Slice of Infinity

Recent Articles

  • A Theology of Sleep

    For some people, the fear of sleep accompanies the fear of death. For some, the fear of not being awake....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - September 21, 2018

  • In a World of Trouble

    My husband and I had the relatively rare occurrence of a long weekend in which we had made no plans—except....

    - Margaret Manning   |   - September 20, 2018

  • In Defense of Listening

    “I like to listen,” said Ernest Hemingway. “I have learned a great deal from listening carefully.” Hemingway speaks of a....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - September 19, 2018

  • A Paradoxical Presence

    For many Jewish people living after the Holocaust, God’s absence is an ever-present reality.  It is as tangible as the....

    - Margaret Manning   |   - September 18, 2018

  • Creative Gardening

    In the 1930s, a vine native to Japan was introduced throughout the United States as a highly effective means for....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - September 17, 2018

  • Breaking Headlines

    Swedish chemist Alfred Bernhard Nobel was once largely known as a maker and inventor of explosives. In 1866 Nobel invented....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - September 14, 2018

  • Ingesting Stories

    For most of us, the study of doctrine is best left to academics and theologians.  Terms used in doctrinal formulations....

    - Margaret Manning   |   - September 13, 2018

  • Not Alone

    On a routine trip through well-worn streets, I found myself pulled out of the fragmented consciousness of a mind captive....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - September 12, 2018

  • Remarkable Days

    Fall comes quickly in the Pacific Northwest where I live. The wind has a colder sheen that sends a chilly....

    - Margaret Manning   |   - September 11, 2018

  • Jesus à la Carte

    There is a covered bridge in Georgia that extends over a scenic rushing stream. A well-worn trail leads its visitors....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - September 10, 2018