This pipe-smoking, heavy-drinking, brash Oxford don still has a global appeal. A new book considers why.
To imagine there’s no heaven is to live on an extremely boring Earth.
Our culture tends toward optimism, but is it a Christian virtue?
Between Palm Sunday and Easter stands the holiest, the most enchanted, of weeks.
In The Horse and His Boy, it is Aslan’s beauty that elicits Hwin’s remarkable response: “You may eat me if you like.”
Does hoisting Jesus up in a brass contraption and waving him at his people do something beneficial? Yes.