C. S. Lewis’s remarkable resume has just become even more remarkable! Now, we learn that in addition to being a novelist, apologist, lay theologian and brilliant lecturer, Lewis was also an agent for Britain’s ultra-secret MI6 early in WWII.…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
Protestants generally reckon that many good things were recovered during the Reformation. But historians and theologians tell us that some of the most significant achievements have since been lost.
Vocation, or calling, is one of the doctrines that …Read more