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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  • 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   |   - March 8, 2018

  • Slow Walk to Salvation

    The Semana Santa, or Holy Week in Spain, is a week-long series of parades and festivities that culminate on Easter....

    - Margaret Manning   |   - March 6, 2018

  • The Decomposition of God

    “God is dead,” declares Nietzsche’s madman in his oft-quoted passage from The Gay Science. Though not the first to make....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - March 5, 2018

  • Extraordinary Risk

    Actuarial science is the discipline that applies statistical methods to assess risk of disability, morbidity, mortality, fertility, and other life-contingencies.....

    - Margaret Manning   |   - March 2, 2018

  • Too Good to Be True?

    You may have heard it said that religion only survives because people desperately want it to be true, because they....

    - Simon Wenham   |   - March 1, 2018

  • Journey into Shadow

    In J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, Frodo, the young hobbit, has been given the burden of bearing the....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - February 28, 2018

  • Question and Answer

    “What do you want me to do for you?” is a common enough question. Used in multiple personal exchanges, it....

    - Margaret Manning   |   - February 27, 2018

  • My Messy House

    Kathleen Norris tells a story of a little boy who wrote a poem called “The Monster Who Was Sorry.” The poem....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - February 26, 2018

  • When Forgiveness Is Suffering

    In four horrific months in 1994, at the urging of the Rwandan government, the poorer Hutu majority took up bayonets....

    - Jill Carattini   |   - February 23, 2018

  • The Forgettable Power of Empathy

    Perched above the altar in St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice hang the ciborium columns.(1) The artist is unknown. Constructed in....

    - Lowe Finney   |   - February 22, 2018

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