The authors reflect on the fiction of C. S. Lewis to uncover his deeply Christian view of being human, being part of created reality, and caring for creation.
Doubt seems fragile and unbelief curiously robust in our world. It helps to remember we are living at the Interface.
My entire life has been consumed with answering the question, “What is faithfulness for the follower of Jesus in a broken world?” It started for me with Foghorn Leghorn.
In her latest novel, Ann Patchett has a mother tell her grown daughters of the summer when she dated a Hollywood star. The story wasn’t what they expected.
It could be that America is heading into very “difficult times.” If that is true, what are the implications for the followers of Jesus?
Reading two Mary Oliver poems aloud each morning as we begin our day has been a refreshing practice that opens our eyes to wonder.
A Dutch thinker says Banksy’s protest street art is similar to what some of the Old Testament prophets did to get God’s word to the people.
This generously illustrated biography of artist Gwen John reveals a modernist painter whose works revealed the beauty of her subjects, whether portraits or interior scenes.
Which is better, enjoying a nature documentary indoors or sitting outside in nature? It depends on who you ask.
A review of Cormac McCarthy’s two final novels, The Passenger and Stella Maris. Brilliant stories, brilliantly told about the deeply human quest for meaning.