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You Are What You Eat

The phrase “you are what you eat” is more than just a statement about physical health. It’s a recognition of the relationship between food and identity.

You Are What You Eat

Hate, Heresy, and False Conclusions

Raising the right questions is as important as providing the right answers. As a writer on faith, culture, and politics, Jonathan Merritt discusses reframing issues and our faith journeys in order to better embrace our neighbors and the deep mystery of God.

Hate, Heresy, and False Conclusions

They Are Loved

Shaped by the mind and inspired passion, the raw material of fiction and nonfiction writing can show love on the page. Here, Sophfronia Scott talks about writing an adaptation of Dangerous Laisons ...

They Are Loved