The Heart of Reality:
Essays on Beauty, Love, and Ethics
By Vladimir Sergeyevich Soloviev
Edited and translated by Vladimir Woznuik
University of Notre Dame Press, pp. 264, $35.00.
Review by Anthony D. B... Read More...
The Artist and the Eternal City
Bernini, Pope Alexander VII, and the Making of Rome
By Loyd Grossman
Pegasus Books, pp. 315, $29
Review by Ben Lima
During his incomparable six-decade career, Gian Loren... Read More...
By Pieter Valk
Despite differing denominational convictions on more ancient theological questions, Evangelical churches in the rural Tennessee town where I grew up were theologically homogenous on front-of-... Read More...
The Development of its Institutions and Practices
By Angelo di Berardino
ICCS Press, pp. 718. $89.95
Review by John Mason Lock
As a young college student discovering the beauties ... Read More...
By Neil Dhingra
Exodus 5-7 may seem like the beginning of a straightforward account of God defeating Pharaoh, as God is God and Pharaoh is not. That account would be familiar and even a neat reve... Read More...
The Weight of the World
By Abigail Woolley Cutter
There are weeks when, even though everything is going well in our house — the kids are happy, we parents are sleeping enough — a cloud nevertheless descends... Read More...
By Daniel Martins
Praying daily in the same form for years upon years is a repetitive endeavor that, in my case at least, invariably evokes boredom, spiritual dryness. Yet, with perseverance, even out of thi... Read More...
By Ben Christenson
In 2018, I went on a trip with my fellow students to Canterbury Cathedral. For us stateside Anglicans, the Church of England holds a unique place. It is not a dogmatic seat of authority li... Read More...