“We shape our tools and afterwards our tools shape us” wrote communications expert Marshall McLuhan in the early 1960s. His assessment of the various communications media (radio, television, movies, telephones, and computers) was simply, “We become what we behold.”…Read more
Hearing is one of our natural senses, but listening is more. Listening requires focus and attention. In fact, good listening is just another way of talking. It speaks clearly—it says, you’re important. What you have to …Read more
Starting again with G. K. Chesterton: “If the characters are not wicked, the book is.”
We still live in the shadow of the enormous cultural change that Chesterton wrote about almost exactly one hundred years ago. While his …Read more
The New York Times is an unlikely place for a favorable review of a book on apologetics by an Evangelical Christian. Actually, it’s the apologist and his atheist friend who are reviewed, rather than the book.
David Skeel …Read more