C.S. Lewis’ Warning to Apologists

There have been very few more effective Christian apologists in the last century than C.S. Lewis. His writings, both fiction and non-fiction, have brought many to the faith and persevered the faith of many more. When such a man gives a warning to fellow apologists (and all Christians are called to at the very least... Continue Reading →

The Apologetics of Blaise Pascal

I've been pretty swamped recently and am a little behind on my blog posts, as I've been trying to put the finishing touches on the book I've written. Typically, I try to release content once every two weeks. That's still my goal, but don't be surprised if there is the occasional delay for the next... Continue Reading →

The Irreducible Glory of a Human Life

** SPOILER ALERT for A Tale of Two Cities, The Awakening, The Sorrows of Young Werther, and Death of a Salesman. Lately, the topic of suicide, or more accurately, the story of suicide, has unintentionally permeated my reading. It has been cast in many forms from the not so suicidal yet still self-inflicted death of... Continue Reading →

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