Anthony Chiorazzi


Anthony Chiorazzi researches cultures and has published articles on such diverse American religious communities as the Shakers, Quakers, Amish, Hare Krishnas, Zoroastrians, Mormons, Gullah, Navajo and many more. He is currently a graduate student at Oxford University.

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Inside the Spiritual Imagination of Tolkien

For decades, Christians have been some of the most ardent fans of ‘The Hobbit’ and ‘The Lord of the Rings’—partly because of the rich spiritual themes woven throughout the work, and partly because J.R.R. Tolkien was a devout man of faith himself. Yet Tolkien’s convictions about merging faith and art may surprise you. Here’s a deeper look at the spiritual imagination that informed one of the most popular novels of all time.

Is Human Nature Good or Evil?

“Evil” seems like a word reserved for the worst of the worst—while most people consider themselves to be generally “good.” These interviews with Holocaust survivors reveal a surprising perspective on the both the light and dark side of human nature.