C. S. Lewis was one of the most effective Christian evangelists of the 20th Century, even when we include preachers like Billy Graham. Without question, he was the most effective evangelist who used literature as the medium for …Read more
In a recent article for Christianity Today, Dr. Michael Ward explains how the combination of reason and imagination makes C. S. Lewis such an effective apologist in our post-Christian era. It is this combination that enables Lewis to …Read more
No, not impossible, but it may be rather difficult! Some eighty years ago, the Spanish philosopher Jose Ortega y Gasset pointed out that we moderns exhibit a “radical ingratitude” toward all that has “made possible the ease of our …Read more
Prophets often come in strange guises and from unexpected places. Although their message may point to the spiritual nature of the universe, they themselves may not be religious.
Václav Havel was such a prophet. He began his …Read more
Fix these images of media in your hearts and minds; tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them as logos on all your clothing. Show them to your children, texting about them when you sit at home and …Read more
If the priesthood of all believers was a “cardinal principle of the Reformation” in the 16th century, where has it gone?
The short answer is that it was a “cardinal principle” in principle only. The priesthood of all …Read more