Questions for Door Knockers

They’ve searched for you. They’ve come to your door and knocked. Oh, you might not have answered. Maybe you hid in your bedroom, or peaked through the curtains, but they came nonetheless. You’ve seen them... Read More

The Poison Cure

Dr. Anna looked down at my blood test results, looked up at me, and then looked back at the test results. “It’s impossible,” she said. “No one can look as good as you do or... Read More

From the Editors: A note on Sarah Braasch

May 10, 2018 – We have removed Sarah Braasch's article, "Original Intent" (published in 2009), after finding it racially offensive. The article was a commentary on the Puritanical dogma and religious tyranny in colonial America, making the... Read More

Bad/Good Teachers

The Law of Unintended Consequences comes in many forms, which is the point of the so-called ancient Chinese curse: “May you get what you wish for.” A less dramatic way of expressing this sentiment is... Read More

Evangelizing: The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

I have often been called an “evangelical atheist.” Technically, evangelism is the Christian practice of proselytizing, of bringing souls to Christ. But for the sake of argument I’m employing the looser definition—evangelizing as an attempt... Read More