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Thomas Watson on Love to God

I recently fell in love with my wife all over again. As she bemoaned the scarcity of good Christian books, I handed her a copy of  the puritan Thomas Watson’s (1620–1686) The Doctrine of Repentance. She read a few pages during her morning devotions the next two...

Response to New York Times Op-Ed

Devin Michelle Bunten began a recent New York Times op-ed piece with a bang: “Men menstruate. Some have even given birth. Women with penises and prominent larynxes walk the streets and use the ladies’ restroom. Nonbinary people wear binders and use they/them pronouns....

Monday Morning Poetry

For this week’s installment of Monday Morning Poetry, I’d like to share William Shakespeare’s (1564–1616) “When in Disgrace with Fortune and Men’s Eyes”: When in disgrace with fortune and men’s eyes I all alone beweep my...