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Posts tagged “Evgeny Vodolazkin”

On Time: ‘Arrival’

Is language the key to experiencing eternity? The sci-fi movie poses a philosophical challenge

Posted November 24th, 2016

Zadie Smith & ‘The Church At The End Of The Road’

The novelist is shocked to discover that her children don’t know what a priest is

Posted November 22nd, 2016

In Weimar America: ‘Only Brokenness’

Fanatical left-wing colleagues go ‘Lord of the Flies’ on a professor, who turns to a Russian novel for solace

Posted November 18th, 2016

‘They Were

As the days dwindle down for our church, gratitude amid pain and loss

Posted July 3rd, 2016

The Sacramental Laurus

Reading the novel with Orthodox and Protestant eyes

Posted March 29th, 2016

Laurus Review & Contest

Win one of 10 copies of Evgeny Vodolazkin’s masterpiece

Posted February 11th, 2016

A New ‘Laurus’ Thread

Did you read the Vodolazkin book? Then let’s talk about it

Posted January 11th, 2016

The Nominalist Church At Year Zero

Why modern Christianity will dissolve, and only sacramental Christianity can endure

Posted January 9th, 2016

The Art $800 Million Would Buy

If you won the big Powerball jackpot, what art or cultural work would you commission?

Posted January 8th, 2016

The Knock That Spared His Future

Evgeny Vodolazkin on the terrible choice he miraculously did not have to make

Posted December 9th, 2015

‘Laurus’ Author on Metaxas Show

Evgeny Vodolazkin is in New York this week — and on the radio with Eric

Posted December 7th, 2015

What Is A Holy Fool?

Dostoevsky, Vodolazkin, and an extreme mystery of sanctity

Posted December 4th, 2015

‘People Need Other Things To Live By’

My interview with ‘Laurus’ author Evgeny Vodolazkin

Posted December 2nd, 2015

Time and Laurus

Time is an illusion in new Russian novel — and in Dante too

Posted November 9th, 2015