The Crown Because of the Cross: The Inseparability of Suffering and Joy in the Thought of C.S. Lewis

Once upon a time, a long time ago, a child’s mother became sick, very sick. She knocked on death’s door, and death waited to claim what he thought was his. […]

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Worth Reading: A Worthy Successor of Lewis and Tolkien: A Review of A Green and Ancient Light by Frederic S. Durbin

Move over, Mr. Tumnus. There’s a new faun in town to vie for the hearts of readers of fantastical fiction. In A Green and Ancient Light, Frederic S. Durbin portrays […]

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Do You Long for Having Your Heart Interlinked?: The Imago Dei and Our Need for Relationships in the Blade Runner Universe

Blade Runner (BR) and Blade Runner 2049 (BR2049) portray dystopian societies that both challenge Christian morals and pose questions to the Christian about essential aspects of humanity. The films present […]

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Diana Prince, Apologist? The Great Commission and Salvation in Wonder Woman

When Wonder Woman was released, it was hailed as an audience favorite, and Gal Gadot’s performance as Diana Prince was widely praised. Christian reviewers noted the Christ-like character of Diana’s […]

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The Lizard or the Stallion? George MacDonald on the Retroactivity of Heaven and Hell in The Great Divorce

Although C. S. Lewis is considered one of the world’s foremost apologists of the twentieth century, we would do well to remember that without George MacDonald, we might not have […]

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From Jokers to Fools: The Fire of Notre Dame as a Call to Holiness

We are fools for Christ’s sake. . . . When reviled, we bless; when persecuted, we endure; when slandered, we entreat. 1 Corinthians 4:10, 12-13 (ESV)   In the late […]

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The Autumn People: How Love and Laughter Conquer Evil in Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes

“‘Time and death are the greatest enemies all of us must face, and the only weapon stronger than they are is love.’”[1]   In Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way […]

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