QUEEN “Thou know’st tis common, all that lives must die, Passing through nature to eternity” HAMLET Ay, madam, it is common. Hamlet, Act I, Scene II As Hamlet reflects upon the death of his father, he mourns the brevity of life and the painful triviality of death. We too feel this as we survey what […]
Was Jesus always nice? OK, so it’s not the deepest theological question we’ve ever tackled here at The Two Cities. But it’s an important one. Because, above all, the world expects Christians to be nice. Forget about holiness, evangelism and social justice. Just be nice. But if Christians bear any resemblance to Christ (and we […]
…A manger was His Throne. From “Rise and Shine” by Andrew Peterson The aforementioned lyric from Andrew Peterson serves as a great illustration of the paradox that is “God with us.” Stop and think about that for a minute: God with us. Not God for us, or God near us; God with us! If that […]
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John Anthony Dunne on Responding to “50 Reasons Why I Don’t Drink” Thank you for reading!
Eli on How René Descartes Saved My Life This exact thing happened to me, recently. Wow
Rebecca Delaria on Responding to “50 Reasons Why I Don’t Drink” Great read, well done John. What a beautiful picture of ...
edwardtbabinski on Biblical Injunctions for Bearded Awesomeness “Beards—especially among clergy—were once serious, symbolic matters. They separated East ...