nathan f. elmore
Faith, culture, things in between.
In Oman, along the Wahiba Sands, in January 2012.
From Chapel Hill to ISIS. An essay to provoke (for the good) two sets of friends: American evangelicals and mainstream Muslims.
#Paris. #CharlieHebdo. Love in the time of keyboards and Kalashnikovs.
Getting beyond the culture wars at the public school holiday concert.
Why The Atlantic's Graeme Wood was (mostly) right about ISIS. In three quotations.
For American Christians seeking to better understand Islam and to better love their Muslim neighbors in the way of Jesus.
David Grossman, an Israeli author, at the intersection of writing and social change.