Current Issue: The Worlds of Tolkien (Spring 2020)

Supernatural Words
Josiah Peterson on the Importance of Tolkien’s Language

Courage at the Crossroad:  Death and Immortality in The Lord of the Rings
Annie Crawford on the Way of the Cross

One Theme to Rule Them All: A Collection of Catholic Elements in Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings
Karise McLeod Gililland on the Centrality of Catholicism in Tolkien’s Work

The Hero from Bagshot Row
Donald Catchings on Tolkien’s True Hero

The Beauty of a Growing Friendship
Zak Schmoll on True Friends

Melchizedek, Bombadil, and the Numinous in The Lord of the Rings
Carla Alvarez on a Perplexing Being in Middle-earth

Tom Bombadil: The Value of an Enigma
Clark Weidner on a Merry, yet Confusing, Fellow

Finishing Well
Annie Nardone on Finding Purpose in Interruptions

Awakening Joy
Korine Martinez on the Power of Imagination

The “Common Good” in Tolkien’s Rural Communities
S. Dorman on a Biblical Vision in Tolkien’s Sub-Creation

Loth Lorien
Donald T. Williams on Fading Glory

Tolkien and Miyazaki: Princess Mononoke and The Lord of the Rings in Conversation
Seth Myers on Nature and Morality

Melkor and Illúvatar
George Scondras on the Music of Creation

Book Review: An Encouraging Thought: The Christian Worldview in the Writings of J. R. R. Tolkien
Zak Schmoll on Donald T. Williams’s Recent Publication

A Passage to Something Better
Annie Nardone on the Christian’s Hope and Home

To J. R. R. Tolkien
Donald T. Williams on a Genius’s Legacy