Posts Tagged: poetry


Where is your compassion…and if you claim to have it, when does it connect to your actions You fooled me into believing I was born in a land overflowing with milk and honey, A land of plenty, your propaganda neglected to say that those who are impoverished or live in disadvantaged circumstances are not promised… Read more »

Ellen Davis and Wendell Berry Speaking of Faith

Land, Life, and the Poetry of Creatures, is adorned with a photo of dirt-covered bare feet. Biblical scholar Ellen Davis is helping to shape a new approach to thinking about human domination of the Earth and its creatures. With her friend, the farmer poet Wendell Berry, they speak to our collective grief at destruction of the natural world and nourish a “chastened” yet “tenacious” hope.

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