#355: The Atheist Christmas Carol

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E20PpEsU3oE The Atheist Christmas Carol Vienna Teng It's the season of grace coming out of the voidWhere a man is saved by a voice in the distanceIt's the season of possible miracle curesWhere hope is currency and death is not the last unknownWhere time begins to fadeAnd age is welcome homeIt's the season of eyes … Continue reading #355: The Atheist Christmas Carol

The Worth of Swaddling Clothes

I give way to Dr. Edward Mulholland today who wrote something beautiful about Christmas. Edward Mulholland Ph.D. is assistant professor of classical and modern languages at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas. He holds a doctorate in philosophy from Rome’s Pontifical Gregorian University, and an master’s degree in classics from the University of London. He has … Continue reading The Worth of Swaddling Clothes