Articles by David Landrum

David Landrum teaches Literature at Grand Valley State University in Michigan. His poems have appeared in First Things, Christianity & Literature, Dappled Things, Anglican Review, and in many other journals and anthologies.


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Lancelot Andrews Preaches a Nativity Sermon, December 25, 1622

The church was chilly, though the King had come to hear the sermon; no braziers set out; chill of December. Andrewes, golden-tongued, delivered words describing the long route the Magi took, the trials they endured: In solsitio bumali—”the dead of winter”; they rode wearying miles obscured by fog and snow; high prices paid for bread; camels…

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