Stephen H. Webb writes on a wide range of topics, from the theology of basketball, the stories of John Updike, and the spirituality of pet keeping to Bob Dylan's Christian period, the metaphysics of matter, and the religious significance of sound. Born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, he taught theology and philosophy for twenty five years at Wabash College, Indiana. Webb is a columnist for First Things. He is the author of Jesus Christ, Eternal God and Mormon Christianity. His book on Bob Dylan is Dylan Redeemed.
Author: Stephen H. Webb
I Am Forcing Myself to Watch a Muslim Killer at Work: A (Graphic) Poem
I am forcing myself to watch a Muslim killer at work, A hooded Muslim slashing another Muslim’s throat. He is using a dull knife. I force myself to watch the video over and over. It is the least I can …