Tagged: C.S. Lewis

On Break-Ins and Broken Hearts: An Advent Reflection

By Kristyn Komarnicki We love movies about clever heists, where high-tech and highly organized thieves outwit security systems and break into “uncrackable” safes. We thrill to scenes of Cary Grant scaling rooftops in Hitchcock’s...

The Greatest Evil

The greatest evil is not now done in those sordid “dens of crime” that Dickens loved to paint. It is not done even in concentration camps and labour camps. In those we see its...

Apologetics in the Wired World

Recovering the art of Christian persuasion by Os Guinness We are all apologists now, and we stand at the dawn of the grand age of human apologetics, or so some are saying because our...

SELLING NARNIA

by Peter Larson In the final book of the Narnia Chronicles, THE LAST BATTLE, King Tirian learns that the sacred trees of Narnia are being cut down by the evil Calormenes to be sold...