On a recent retreat, Tim O’Brien finds out what Dostoyevsky and The Avett Brothers have to say about lying and the spiritual life.
As it turns out, lighting up in Church is not just the punchline to a familiar Jesuit joke.
Forget all about lolcats. Move over, Texts from Hillary. Jesus has his own meme. (Kinda.)
After shootings in Colorado and Wisconsin, Tim O’Brien wonders how we take account of evil in a post-devil world.
Tim O’Brien helps us remember not only the 94,000 Americans who have died of AIDS, but the living memorial to them that is the AIDS quilt.
For us here at TJP, Mitt Romney, Michael Phelps, and Ryan Lochte aren’t the only ones making waves in London…
In the New York Times, Ross Douthat wondered if liberal Christianity can be saved — Tim O’Brien steps back and wonders why we’re so attracted to the labels behind the question.
It’s the Fourth of July, and Tim O’Brien has good news and bad news.
What might Simon and Garfunkel and Trappist Monks have in common? Tim O’Brien takes a look.