Planet Narnia as Creative Inspiration

Like so many other readers of Ward’s magnum opus, I have found in Planet Narnia a great work of literary criticism, an account of Lewis’s works that sends me back […]

Spread the love
 
 
 
    

C. S. Lewis: A Life

  “You can’t get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”  C. S. Lewis to Walter Hooper—reported in Hooper’s preface to the Lewis […]

Spread the love
 
 
 
    
Creation

Creation

Red sky is only sun’s refracted light. Green shades of plants are colored by mere chance. White strands of clouds, just vapors in our sight. Stars are not illumined, heavenly […]

Spread the love
 
 
 
    

Chesterton As Poet: The Wise Men

Step softly, under snow or rain, To find the place where men can pray; The way is all so very plain That we may lose the way. Oh, we have […]

Spread the love
 
 
 
    

The Truth Will Set You Free

“The Truth Will Set You Free” is a free-verse poem that explores the dystopian elements underlying contemporary Western society. We live in a strange time that seems to be defined […]

Spread the love
 
 
 
    

Another Resurrection: If Only We Could Understand

G. K. Chesterton’s The Everlasting Man is a beautiful, engaging, and insightful summary of human history understood from the perspective of Christ’s Church. In this work, Chesterton displays two very […]

Spread the love