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The difference between Homer and Vergil, in one line.
Thoughts on oaths and loyalty in the Reformation, from a Shakespeare play you’ve never read.
What does the newest Nobel Laureate for Literature have to say about the ancient question of passing things on to future generations?
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Senior Editor Rhys Laverty introduces the Fall 2022 Edition of Ad Fontes and asks how Christians should properly enjoy literature.
Discover a forgotten influence on George Macdonald, C.S. Lewis, and Marilynne Robinson.
An original poem by Tom C. Hunley
What happens when T.S. Eliot meets a lowbrow evangelical arts night?
An original poem by James Matthew Wilson
Phillip J. Donnelly shows how Dante invites readers to grow in holiness through their reading.
Jason Ānanda Josephson Storm responds to Christian assessments of metamodernism.
If metamodernism comes after postmodernism... what then?
An original translation of a fifth century Latin hymn.
Bruce McCormack's proposals ultimately do not make sense of biblical ways of talking about Christ.