Anne Snyder: “My Sisters the Saints” reverberates outward with its tale of one woman’s Christian pilgrimage, fueled and steered by six heroines of the faith.
What a ride on the London Underground teaches about the limits of human ability.
Anna Speckhard Richard M. Gamble, The War for Righteousness: Progressive Christianity, the Great War, and the Rise of the Messianic Nation (Wilmington, DE: ISI Books, 2003). Review originally published on the Westminster Seminary California Blog. America has always thought of itself as special. In many ways, it is. And this is not really a problem […]
Have you ever found yourself quoting Homer or Aristotle or Milton in ordinary conversation? Have you ever sat and stared at a tree for an hour, trying to figure out what it means? Have you ever suffered the indignities of a Friday night “intervention,” wherein your friends wrenched a volume of T.S. Eliot from your […]
In case you didn’t know already, Dorothy Sayers was brilliant. A theologian and Christian humanist in the era of the Inklings, she treated the Trinity in The Mind of the Maker and recapped the Christian tradition in Creed or Chaos?. She attended Socratic Club meetings with her friend C.S. Lewis, although his pal Tolkien apparently […]