Tag: Elizabeth Barrett Browning

  • Burning Down the House of Fear with Brian Zahnd

    Burning Down the House of Fear with Brian Zahnd

    ‘Deconstruction’ is a popular term in conversations among church leaders these days. Only when deconstruction is invoked, we’re not talking French intellectual movements; it’s more to do with reassessing the received faith of our childhood and sorting out what resources are still there for life as an adult. In other words it’s what we used […]

  • To Grope Tear-blinded in a Desert Place: Poetry for Holy Saturday

    To Grope Tear-blinded in a Desert Place: Poetry for Holy Saturday

    ‘If, as some have done, Ye grope tear-blinded in a desert place And touch but tombs,—look up! those tears will run Soon in long rivers down the lifted face, And leave the vision clear for stars and sun.’ —‘Tears,’ Elizabeth Barrett Browning