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Justin Katz started Dust in the Light in 2002 as a place to publish his social and political commentary, and it quickly brought him to the attention of national opinion writers and publishers. His increasing focus on Rhode Island left less mental energy to keep up content on the deeper questions of life, which is an omission he's striving to repair.
If we learn to love to lose, it’s a reflection of our having filled our hearts with a love that cannot be lost.Read More
When social shifts produce their inevitable harm, we’ll need a record of dissent that can help future generations rediscover the new old truths that were nearly lost in the social revolution.Read More
Once we accepted that an intellectual time machine could go back in history and change words and, thereby, rules, we opened the way for ideologues to mass produce such vehicles.Read More
The fact that religious people are better able to see patterns may not be evidence of God, but the insistence of secularists that a pattern cannot be seen is not science.Read More
We can have faith that Jesus Christ defeated sin, but what does that mean to creatures who want to know that their decisions matter, and how do we know we’re on the right path?Read More
RI Governor Raimondo’s failure to wear a mask at a protest was a red flag that we’re in a fundamentally religious war over meaning.Read More
Perhaps, watching videos of police abuse and responding to the ensuing riots, we can figure out a way to discuss the better way that we all feel to exist.Read More
COVID-19 forces us to make decisions and to display what we believe, and the Church must be aware that people will take lessons from its actions.Read More
The tone of inspirational movies results from something lacking that is important in life and art… and modern evangelism.Read More
Ultimately, we find meaning through communication with God, which can come down to just the decision to communicate.Read More
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