For all mankind, the answer is terrifically simple and remains the same: God wants to turn us towards the cross and then turn us back to our neighbors.
Death's End according to Poet John Donne
Out of great pain and suffering often comes goodness, beauty, and truth. John Donne, born on the 22nd of January in 1573, is an excellent example of that for us in his masterful work, Death Be Not Proud.
A Poet's Conversation with Love
Love continues to gently but endlessly pursue the narrator, despite his persistence in pulling away in the opposite direction.
Life Together During a Quarantine
Bonhoeffer’s simple little book makes clear how privileged many of us are to enjoy the Communion of the Saints here on earth.
The Man From Whom C. S. Lewis Borrowed Most of His Ideas
Without the influence of a 19th-century minister named George MacDonald, we may never have had classics such as The Chronicles of Narnia, The Lord of the Rings, or even Alice in Wonderland. It was George MacDonald whom C.S. Lewis claimed as his master, saying, “I have never written a book in which I did not quote from him.” So who…
Reflecting on the International Academy of Apologetics
Producer Caleb is joined by three guests to talk about their experience at the International Academy of Apologetics.