Abigail Santamaria’s biography brings Joy Davidman into focus and sheds new light on Davidman’s husband, C.S. Lewis. Continue Reading
If we are called to a still more excellent way, then that must begin with resisting the urge to publish something “just to have it up.” We should instead redirect our energy to, as one friend put it, “saying the thing as well as it can be said.” Continue Reading
So if you want to understand Nebraska football as it is and not simply as it exists in Malcolm Gladwell’s nightmares, you need to understand Nebraskans.
Throughout Berry’s body of work, marriage functions as a means of learning how to live in creation, how to break it with reverence and in such a way that, in time, it will actually flourish. Continue Reading
In his book Word and Church Anglican theologian John Webster writes, “At its best… attention to ‘context’ can remind theology that there is no pure language of Zion, and that theology’s conceptual equipment is borrowed from elsewhere. But at its worst it… Continue Reading