Lynn Martin

Lynn Martin’s alma mater is the University of Maryland, and he makes music with might and main. He enjoys Brahms and brown sugar. He cares about Christianity and captains the Curator with a number of colleagues. (This is a poetry and prose publication that encourages Anabaptists to be excellent authors.)

Posts By Lynn Martin:

Autonomy Is the Wisdom of This Age

In 1930, Aldous Huxley wrote the book Brave New World. His book describes a utopian future society where the world is ruled by one totalitarian government. The government determines all aspects of people’s lives, but nobody complains that they are being controlled, because they feel like they have everything they … Read More

Can You?

I want to spend my life meaningfully. When I die, I hope that the Kingdom of God has advanced just a little farther than where it is now. And since many people in this generation of Anabaptist young(-ish) people highly value Kingdom service, you might be at the same place.

A Defense of Philosophy

Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect. (Romans 12:2, ESV)  Those who have spent time in the discipline of philosophy often get … Read More