Michael Thomas Cibenko
The devil sees shepherds "withholding essential nourishment" from their flocks as "a delightful thing to behold."
A MORALITY TALE ABRIDGED FOR MODERN READERS
When Cosmoception Corporation sponsored a Coming Out of the Closet Celebration, the company ordered a rainbow-striped cake from Redneck Delicacies, Inc., a small shop tucked in the Appalachians.
IS THERE SUCH A THING AS 'MERE CHRISTIANITY'?
C.S. Lewis is sitting alone late at night at his big oak desk at The Kilns, Oxford, writing Mere Christianity, his little masterpiece...
THE HORNS OF A PRISONER'S DILEMMA — PART II
John M. Gist
THE HORNS OF A PRISONER'S DILEMMA — PART I
MUTUAL ENRICHMENT ?
W. Patrick Cunningham
A SHORT STORY
Andrew M. Seddon
A CATHOLIC VISION OF LIFE
"THIS IS MY BODY"
Brent T. Zeringue
SIX STRATEGIES FOR SATANIC SOVEREIGNTY
The devil shares his business plan to destroy "orthodox fools" through schism, revolution, division, and other tactics.
LOOKING BACKWARD FROM YEAR 2015
Larry A. Carstens
A scroll was recently found in a clay pot in a cave. The writer belonged to an influential class of ancient Judeans called the Amerisees.
THE FOUNDER OF CANNED PARENTHOOD
This fictional piece uses exact quotes of the real-life Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood.
INFORMATION OVERLOAD FOR KIDS
TRULY "PRO-CHILD, PRO-FAMILY & PRO-CHOICE"
FIRST COMMUNICANTS SHARE MEMORIES
A SENSITIVE JESUS WHO SAYS HE'S SORRY & GOES FREE
HOW THE SECULARISTS SEE THINGS
ANCIENT WISDOM VS. MODERN KNOWLEDGE
Carl R. Schmahl
HOW TO UNDERMINE THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Wormwood’s younger cousin, Lackluster, has received an unprecedented appointment for so young a demon.
THE POWER OF MUSIC
Socrates would say that good music is music that makes the soul better, that is, more harmonious, and bad music is music that makes the soul unharmonious.
WHAT, THEN, IS THE DIFFERENCE?
Socrates asks, What do you think would happen to a capitalist nation if everyone practiced the greedlessness of Jesus, or Buddha, or even Thoreau?
Here he is — the wonderful troublemaker, the gadfly of Athens who makes difficulties everywhere, especially where life is too easy for thought or thought too easy for honesty.
- Karl Keating