Faith on Trial in Frank Miller’s Daredevil Comics

The first published Daredevil comic ends with a sketch of Matt Murdock — a blind man with heightened physical senses, a lawyer by day, and a vigilante by night — […]

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Lewis’s Dragons and Materialism: A Reflection on Eustace Scrubb and Other Dragons

Dragons are known for many things, but their greed and disregard for human life make them iconic. If I were permitted to use dragon-like qualities as an adjective, I may […]

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Echo and Narcissus – A Modern Reimagining

A Note on Holly Ordway and Fiction   When I enrolled as a student at Houston Baptist University to study Christian Apologetics, I supposed I would primarily read logic or […]

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Escaping the Madhouse

A Chestertonian Allegory (Inspired by The Journey)[1]   I was panic-stricken upon the discovery that my upper body was constrained by a tight white jacket of sorts. The jacket was […]

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Tom Bombadil: The Value of an Enigma

In a story about a Ring which leads to great wars and the demise of the most powerful warriors and kings – there is a small, man-like creature, always sporting […]

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