Apr 16, 2014

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Tennyson and Moody: The Poet and the Preacher

Tennyson and Moody: The Poet and the Preacher

When many hear the name Lord Tennyson, their thoughts turn at once to poems...

Dec 4, 2013

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Many-Splendored Things: a Review of The Singing Bowl by Malcolm Guite

What is poetry? To seek an answer is to find a seeming infinity of thought....

Nov 6, 2013

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Undaunted: Discernment’s Kinship with Courage

“We are only travelers,” a famous educator once said, and life is a...

Sep 11, 2013

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Red Booth Notes: The Professor’s Bequest

Red Booth Notes: The Professor’s Bequest

In so many ways, books are a gift. I learned this first hand during a recent...

Aug 21, 2013

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Red Booth Notes: Gone Like to Visions: the Poems of John Clare

Red Booth Notes: Gone Like to Visions: the Poems of John Clare

From the time I was a boy, I’ve loved elm trees of great age—though...

Aug 7, 2013

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Red Booth Notes: The Place of Light and Hope

Red Booth Notes: The Place of Light and Hope

In the Old Testament book of Exodus, it’s said the darkness that once fell...