The Imaginative Strategy of Boethius

Boethius’s The Consolation of Philosophy, though less well known today, was extremely influential in the Middle Ages. Through the late Middle Ages, reason and imagination were firmly integrated in the […]

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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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C.S. Lewis Talk and Panel

An Unexpected Journal will have a table at the “Lewis Talk and Panel” hosted by Houston Baptist University’s School of Christian Thought.  Come and hear from some of the top […]

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Searching the Stars

Last weekend, my youngest daughter and I attended a “Sky Party” offered at the Guadalupe Mountains National Park campground. Beneath the dark and wonderfully star-studded sky, we fleece-clad campers sat […]

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Dear Reader

Dear Reader

Dear Reader, An Unexpected Journal is a labor of love.  In a way, it is the natural outcropping of our collective education at Houston Baptist University where we all met […]

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