In commemoration of the Gettysburg address and the presidency of Lincoln, this 2000 lecture by Marty applies some Niebuhrian perspectives on historical irony to the contemporary scene.
A letter defending the concept of the Trinity by one of the formulators of the Eastern Orthodox doctrine of the Holy Trinity.
"Because I do not hope to turn again, Let these words answer, For what is done, not to be done again..." Hear audio of poet T.S. Eliot reading his poem, a favorite of Krista's guest Karen Armstrong.
by Muslim political scientist Muqtedar Khan
by Jewish thinker Susannah Heschel
by Christian minister Cheryl J. Sanders
Read two translations of the poem written by St. John of the Cross.
Read the complete passage from this book of the Old Testament.
The following biblical passage recited by Krista and read during the program was taken from Celebrating Common Prayer: A Version of the Daily Office SSF.
Read Waldman's daily dispatches from the 2004 Republican and Democratic political conventions.