“Silence,” Martyrdom, and the Call to Die
In her review of Martin Scorsese’s new film “Silence,” Alissa Wilkinson wrote,
Jake Meador / January 23, 2017
Soma and the Silencing of Evangelicalism After Trump
In his novel Silence Japanese writer Shusaku Endo tells the story of two Portuguese missionaries in 17th century Japan. After initial pioneering work by Francis Xavier in the 16th century, a small native Japanese church had begun to flourish in the...
Jake Meador / July 22, 2016