When questioned about the audience for whom she writes, Toni Morrison replies: “Only me.”
A review of Ironweed.
The Theory of Everything is not actually a movie about either science or religion. It’s about marriage.
Will the resurrected body of the Christian MMA fighter still have all those concussions? Be able to pull up his pants? Will the wounds still show?
The image of Christ’s suffering body is thoroughly embedded in Christianity. Even the Creeds say nothing about Jesus’ teachings; they really only discuss his birth, death, resurrection.
On 7 November 1844, the 74-year-old poet William Wordsworth, soon to be Queen Victoria’s poet laureate, attended the meeting of a small Anglican architectural society called the Cambridge Camden Society. The Camden Society’s purpose was ecclesiology—the study of church architecture and configuration—and as part of the wider Victorian Gothic revival, the group called for a return to a medieval Gothic style of church structure and adornment.