Three of my favorite online writers. Please realize these pull quotes aren’t the main course:
Alan Jacobs, “Defilement and Expulsion,” Snakes and Ladders (Feb. 11, 2019) [link]:
When a society rejects the Christian account of who we are, it doesn’t become less moralistic but far more so, because it retains an inchoate sense of justice but has no means of offering and receiving forgiveness.
Lore Ferguson Wilbert, “Second Wife, Second Life” Fathom (Feb. 11, 2019) [link]:
I suppose there is such a thing as what some would call their no-fault divorce, but I have never seen one entirely without faults.
Sarah Willard, “Greatest Treasure,” Blind Mule Blog (Feb. 6, 2019) [link]:
The hardest thing about loving elderly people, and caring for them, is death. It has a way of taking people, you know, clear off the face of the earth.