Fall 2018 - Courage, Strength, and Hope
Cover designed by Virginia De La Lastra

Issue Three: Courage, Strength, and Hope (Fall 2018)

A Reason for Our Hope: The Role of Fairy Stories in Christian Apologetics
Nicole Howe on Why Fairy Stories Matter

The Adventures of Asher Svenson: Story One: The Secret Wood
Lucas W. Holt on the Mystery of the Forest

Tales of Courage and Hope: Black Panther in Middle Earth and Narnia
Seth Myers on the Connections from Oxford to Hollywood

Hope, Life, and the Fountain of Trevi
Carla Alvarez on the Power of Water

The Lord of the Rings and Consolation Concerning Death
Jason Monroe on the Central Theme of J. R. R. Tolkien’s Masterpiece

The Heroism of the Ordinary in The Lord of the Rings
Zak Schmoll on the Character of Samwise Gamgee

Lava: A Story of Love and Hope
Carla Alvarez on the Deeper Themes within the Pixar Short

The Power in Pain
Annie Nardone on the First-Hand Experience of Pain

Courage in the Cosmos
Daniel Ray on the Boldness of Our Story

The Homeric Versus the Christian Ideal of Man
Josiah Peterson on Contrasting the Nature of Humanity

Relict
Karise Gililland on the Transition from Bewildered Suffering to Active Hope

The Making of a Hero
Carla Alvarez on the Changing Modern Perspective of Heroism

Tales of Courage and Hope: Hamilton in Middle Earth and Narnia: Part One & Part Two
Seth Myers on the Connections from Oxford to Broadway

 

Summer 2018 - The Power of Story
Cover designed by Virginia De La Lastra

Issue Two: The Power of Story (Summer 2018)

Literary Apologetics: A Spell for the Refreshment of Spirit
Annie Crawford on Why Stories Matter

Hume in Elfland
Rebekah Valerius on an Imagined Meeting between Hume and Chesterton

For What Purpose
Charlotte Thomason on Why C.S. Lewis Wrote about Narnia

Augustine’s The Confessions: The Power of Spiritual Autobiography
Nicole Howe on the Importance of First Person Testimonies

Dry Bones
Korine Martinez on Why We Must Never Lose Hope

Finding Faith in Fairy Tales: Answers for Modern Skeptics from C.S. Lewis’s The Silver Chair
Annie Crawford on Why Faith Is a Reasonable Answer to Uncertainty

Devouring Reason – The Myth of Arachne Retold
Rebekah Valerius on the Desire for Meaning

God the Great Iconoclast: C.S. Lewis’s Personal Theodicy
Edward Stengel on Addressing the Problem of Pain

Lewis in La La Land
Seth Myers on the Search for Significance

Sneaking Past Watchful Dragons: Imaginative Apologetics and the Games We Play
Karise Gililland on How Games are a Delayed Apologetic

 

Spring 2018 - The Abolition of Man
Cover designed by Virginia De La Lastra

Issue One: The Abolition of Man (Spring 2018)

Dear Reader
Zak Schmoll on the Purpose of This Project

Lewis Among the Ancients … and Moderns
Seth Myers on Lewis’ Trip through Literary History

The Abolition of Students
Rebekah Valerius on the Consequences of Naturalism on Campus

“Will These Hands Ne’er be Clean?”: C.S. Lewis and the Apologetic Response to the Themes of Macbeth
Edward Stengel on the Reality of Human Evil

Creation
Annie Nardone on the Majesty of the Cosmos

The Death of Freedom
Hannah Zarr on the Insufficiency of Nietzsche’s Innovation

Dragons in Our ‘Darkest Hours’: Slaying All Day the Lewis Way
Karise Gililland on Combating the Dragon of Sexual Exploitation

Searching the Stars
Annie Crawford on the Modern Difference between Quality and Quantity

The Separation of Narnia and Tao
Zak Schmoll on the Destruction of Objective Truth in The Last Battle

Abolition of Man as Sci-Fi: C.S. Lewis’ Space Trilogy
Seth Myers on the Integration of the Abolition of Man into Lewis’ Fiction

From The Green Book to The River: Lewis, Relativism, and Constructivism in Education
Carla Alvarez on the Shortcomings of Constructivism