E s s a y sWhat Is Wrong with Us?
The Question at the Heart of the Counseling Debate
The chorus of voices is unanimous: Something is very definitely the matter with human beings. Yet, what is the core of our dilemma? Is it psychological or spiritual? Only when we view our failures in the biblical context of faith, hope, and love can we begin to rightly address our fundamental flaws.
StudiesFaithful Wounds of an Enemy
Nietzsche's "Death of God" Invective
Were Friedrich Nietzsche's towering intellectual works the achievements of a madman or one of Christianity's best friends? Or-dare we suggest it-both? A look at the philosopher's most pointed criticisms of the church reveals some surprising answers.
The Art of True Inquiry
The Mars Hill InterviewA Conversation with Madeleine L'Engle
Not many people were listening when Madeleine L'Engle was convinced she was onto something with her children's story. Her manuscript, considered too strange and difficult for kids, was turned down by every major publisher-and that was after L'Engle had already seen seven of her books in print. A Wrinkle in Time eventually won the prestigious Newbery Medal and has indelibly touched the imaginations of three generations of children and adults. So, is there anything to be learned from this woman with the "strange" ideas? The unabashed author holds forth here on unicorns, unity, and the end of physics.
Reminders of GodThe Writing Life
FictionViews and Reviews
Timeless graffiti from the broad canvas.
Mars Hill Contributors