While working as a patent clerk, Einstein spent his free time debating physics and working on theories that would end up altering the way we think of the world. Read More >
Jill Carattini is Managing Editor of A Slice of Infinity, a daily reading considering themes from theology and culture to philosophy and the arts. Her early suspicion of Christ's uniqueness and her compulsion towards thinking theologically led her to pursue a degree in religion from Hope College and later a Masters of Divinity from Western Theological Seminary. She is ordained as a specialized minister in the Reformed Church of America and has enjoyed living and working in diverse ministry settings, including urban and university campus ministry, as well as a local mission church in a Native American community in Oklahoma.
In this sense, the psalmist and prophets and ancient storytellers are indeed all struggling artists, closing the infinite distance between the grandeur of God and an ordinary humanity... Read More >
I have always appreciated the terminology employed by Bonhoeffer as he described life to his friend. He spoke in musical terms, and in so doing suggested that life cannot be reduced..... Read More >