Tag: religion

The Seat of All Our Souls: Lenten Reflections on Poetry and Penitence by Davis Smith

The Seat of All Our Souls: Lenten Reflections on Poetry and Penitence by Davis Smith

This is the time of year for reflection. The sun-soaked, breeze-cooled April evenings are punctured with carilloning birds and the scent of burgeoning lilacs. These expectant days, teetering on the verge of tulips and triumph, always seemed ideal for meditation on renewal and redemption. The […]

Requiem: Finding Rest Through Great Art by Davis Smith

Requiem: Finding Rest Through Great Art by Davis Smith

Enjoy this stunning performance of Brahms’s Requiem on YouTube.  Rest. Isn’t that something we could all use more of? As college students, how often do we fall into the trap of being harried and stressed to the last degree; forgetting to engage joyfully in our […]

The Chappy D Effect: A Profile by Joshua Ray Amiling

The Chappy D Effect: A Profile by Joshua Ray Amiling

Photo credit: Bethany Lutheran College It is another weekly installment of a Bible study in the observation room of Honsey Hall, titled the South Lantern for its lighting style. During the day, one can gaze out of its two-story tall windows upon a soccer field […]