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Weeping At the Mount

The Lord is weeping at the mount
What has happened to his dreams?
He prayed and prayed for a single purpose
That we would live in peace
After generations and generations we have forgotten
That little thing called…

Campus life after the tragedy at Virginia Tech.

Philip Yancey | posted 6/06/2007 08:01AM

"April is the cruellest month." When T. S. Eliot penned that opening line to "The Waste Land" in 1921, he had no idea how it would resound in modern…

Virginia Tech's Korean Christians wrestle with the aftermath of a massacre.

Deann Alford | posted 6/06/2007 08:02AM

The alert that two students had been shot on campus blipped into Jong Nam Lee's e-mail inbox around 9:30 that fateful…

A sermon given on the Virginia Tech campus two weeks after the shootings.

Philip Yancey | posted 6/06/2007 05:31PM

We gather here still trying to make sense of what happened in Blacksburg, still trying to process the unprocessable. We come…

Christian fellowship helps survivors of the Virginia Tech shootings deal with larger issues.

Deann Alford in Blacksburg, Virginia | posted 4/23/2007 09:50AM

Four former Columbine students worshiped with Virginia Tech's New Life Christian…

What Jesus calls us to when we're most frightened.

Mark Galli | posted 4/17/2007 11:35AM

When it was evening on that day, the first day of the week, and the doors of the house where the disciples had met were locked for fear of the Jews,…

As a medieval historian, one rarely feels that his expertise can shed some light on a current debate. But I teach at Virginia Tech.

Now that the semester is over and there is time to reflect, I have been struck by how "medieval" the events of this…

In the Aug. 26 Roanoke Times, reporter Duncan Adams had a news story that succinctly wrapped up what we knew about Seung-Hui Cho at that point, before the Virginia Tech Independent Review Panel released its final report. The article, "There was…
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