Wilfred Owen and Christianity

by Andrew Gates The fateful morning of November 4, 1918 condemned to the ranks of a hiccough what might have been a revolution in English poetry. Yet, although the poetic career of Wilfred Owen was cut abruptly short, his legacy echoes not only through the English canon, but above all through the humanitarian—and Christian—ideas that… Continue Reading Wilfred Owen and Christianity

Poems (Wilfred Owen)

by Nathan Suhr-Sytsma Born in 1893 in Oswestry, England, near the Welsh border, Wilfred Owen was killed in battle on Nov. 4, 1918, a week before the First World War ended. He was twenty-five years old. An aspiring poet since his teens, in the last two years of his life Owen produced some of the… Continue Reading Poems (Wilfred Owen)