An Excerpt from Vic Sizemore’s essay, “An Atheist and a Saint”

For the believer, according to Westphal, ambivalence begins with the awakening to the ontological poverty of the believing soul. The realiza­tion is expressed in phrases such as this one from a Baptist invitational hymn I sang countless times as a boy: Thou art the potter, I am the clay. From our earliest years in Sunday … Continue reading An Excerpt from Vic Sizemore’s essay, “An Atheist and a Saint”