The Dispatch

The Gleam of the True Myth

February 28, 2019 Dr. Kelly Scott Franklin 1

What do we love about mythology? The Greek word mythoi just means “stories,” and every culture has them, from the Mayans to the Mesopotamians. But these ancient stories continue to captivate us today, finding modern […]

Essay

Christmas and Resurrection

December 25, 2018 Dale Ahlquist 15

We don’t often associate Christmas with resurrection. But we should. So let’s start by talking about Santa Claus. Christmas is openly under attack in contemporary society where the word has essentially been banned in favor […]

Features

The Anatomy of Doubt

November 25, 2018 Dale Ahlquist 6

“There is the prevalence of a sort of casual and even conversational skepticism, making even the idle thoughts of an idle fellow busy in the interests of doubt and despair. I mean that a man, […]