Behemoths by the Dozen
This is not the type of poem we usually recommend, but you may nevertheless get a kick out of it. A science writer gets lyric about enormous prehistoric monsters:
The past is packed with monsters! Behemoths by the dozen!
Let's meet these fossils (and their less colossal modern cousins) . . .
The Beauty of Orthodoxy
As a magazine focused on wonder, we have been intentional about not limiting ourselves to science and nature. ...
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- Editors’ Note
Issue 29: Fishing with fathers, what we go out into the wilderness to see, and how Joy began to find Jesus. /
- Reeling from Joy in the Texas Bay
Fishing with my dad lends itself to all kinds of spiritual metaphors and benefits. But that’s not what keeps me casting. /
- Call of the Wilderness
The Desert Fathers saw it as faith’s testing ground. The Transcendentalists saw it as sanctuary. The Gospel writers had their own views. /
- The World’s Most Astonished Atheist
The bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki destroyed Joy Davidman’s worldview, too. /
- Lines Cast
‘So this is the face of the ocean.’ /
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