Surit Dasgupta

Surit is a writer and painter from Mumbai, India. He is an avid student of philosophy, anthropology, and theology. He also has an arts degree from the All India Fine Arts Association.

The Gospel in Pandemic Times

It is startling, to say the least, seeing how the COVID-19 virus has affected almost everyone around the world in such a short period. But

A Hidden Life (Film Review)

A Hidden Life is legendary director Terrence Malick’s latest film. It tells the true story of Austrian conscientious objector Franz Jägerstätter, his fight against the

The Virtue of Humility

The irony of Golden Globe-winning Michelle Williams openly advocating for the religious ritual of human-sacrifice seems to fly over most people’s heads.

The Children of the Camps

A standard of a society can often be measured by the way it treats its children, which is why we are horrified at the accounts of how the Soviet Union ruthlessly sentenced adolescents to years—even decades—in the gulags for crimes like petty theft. And what really constituted crimes like petty theft in the Soviet Union?

The Aesthetic of a Martyr

St. Varus was a highly-decorated soldier who lived in Egypt when the Roman emperor Maximian (c. 286 to 305 A.D.) initiated severe persecution against those

“The Joker” and Modern Society

Disclaimer: The following contains spoilers for the recently released movie “The Joker”. Much has been made about Todd Phillips’ movie The Joker. Fans of the

The Way

One gains a glimpse of the mystery of the number, three; the deity is neither one nor many; its perfection goes beyond the multiplicity of

Freedom and Responsibility

Nothing created by God is evil. It is not food that is evil but gluttony, not the begetting of children but unchastity, not material things

The Pandemic Bites

Libertarian Christian Answers to Questions about the Pandemic

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