We need God. We long for God. And no, God does not feel the same way about us.
Gray, though consistently anti-utopian, is not necessarily nihilistic.
For Rose Macaulay in The Towers of Trebizond, a story of moral seriousness couldn’t afford to tie up everything neatly.
We have the word of Jesus to rely upon: he and the Father are one, that the Holy Spirit will come among us, that we now have the glorious gift of calling God Our Father.
Valentine's Day and Ash Wednesday have one primary focus in common: love that comes from God.
When Augustine says that God alone is to be enjoyed, and everything else — including human beings — used, he does not mean that everything besides God is worthless.
I remember listening to this song for the first time and thinking, Wait, is this gay? The kiss, the insistent “we were in love” refrain … but surely not.