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Rembrandt's "Return of the Prodigal Son"

Remembering Who We Are

Through a simple allegory, a challenge is presented: "Can it be that you have entirely forgotten who you are?"

Gerard van Honthorst's "King David Playing the Harp"

Posing the Dilemma of Human Happiness

Each of us strives after happiness in all that we do; however, it seems that no one has ever found complete happiness, and the happiness we seek seems to exist outside of this world.

Gerard van Honthorst's "St. Peter Penitent"

Learning to Live with Fallenness

We are often surprised by our own failings. God, who knows our fallenness, is not: he loves us not because we are good, but in order to make us good.

Gerard Dou's "Astronomer by Candelight"

Christians and Technology

Do we see ourselves as creatures living in a world we did not create or as the lords of the world? The answer to that question will dictate much of how we order our lives.