A Season of Lent: Rejected and Condemned

The desire to atone.  The misplaced way to do it. It’s why there are mobs. It’s what Shirley Jackson’s The Lottery is based on: we know, from the image of God inside us, that something is wrong and it must be atoned. But how? Continue reading A Season of Lent: Rejected and Condemned

THE MAD OFFICIAL

THE MAD OFFICIAL

“Going mad is the slowest and dullest business in the world. I have very nearly done it more than once in my boyhood, and so have nearly all my friends, born under the general doom of mortals, but especially of moderns; I mean the doom that makes a man come almost to the end of thinking before he comes to the first chance of living. Continue reading THE MAD OFFICIAL