This is a radio discussion program embracing a large variety of topics. It focuses on the problems of Christian perception of the world, such as the laws of spiritual life, the mysteries and regularities of creation, the rites and messages of the Christian Church, and the Christian understanding of historic development and human thought. The program participants are seeking to find answers to the so-called “eternal” questions that have been posed by great thinkers of the mankind. At the same time, they try to understand those who haven’t seen the light of Christianity throughout their quest for the meaning of life.
She left Armenia in 1988, prior to the earthquake, but what happened to her after that was an earthquake whose aftershock is still felt in her life. How did she outlive this? Were her Armenian identity and ability to rise from ruins recorded in the gross domestic product of American economy? Is her poetry an explicit flirtation with words by a single woman in bed? Why has she never asked for people's help while she constantly asks for God's help? What text has the author of the following verse prepared for her meeting with God: "Take me up, take me up!"? You'll get the answers to these questions in the portrait of America-based poet and art critic Tamara Hovhannisyan.