We Have Sinned and Grown Old: A Reflection on the Imagination and Motherhood

“I don’t want to tell you. It’s embarrassing.” My nine-year-old son uttered these words recently as we sat on the couch in my favorite room of our home. I don’t […]

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Lewis in La La Land

City of stars Are you shining just for me? City of stars There’s so much that I can’t see Who knows? Is this the start of something wonderful and new? […]

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Literary Apologetics: A Spell for the Refreshment of Spirit

“I had always felt life first as a story: and if there is a story there is a storyteller.”[1]  ~ G.K. Chesterton   As Christian apologists, we at An Unexpected […]

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God the Great Iconoclast: C.S. Lewis’s Personal Theodicy

In his Summa, Thomas Aquinas recognized that the problem of evil was perhaps the most potent objection one could make to the goodness or even the existence of God.[1] C.S. […]

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On Judging Movies

People have very strong opinions about movies, opinions that rival, in passionate fervor, those of politics and religion. For example, many middle-aged Star Wars fans take personal offense to The […]

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