Reflecting on Shakespeare with Plato’s “Phaedrus”, and thoughts on repentance.
“Cor Novum, Canticum Novum”: A New Year’s Sermon from John Donne
On New Year’s Day 1625, John Donne exhorted his hearers to circumcise their hearts.
Ad Fontes – Editor’s Choice 2022
Our Senior Editor picks the best of Ad Fontes from 2022.
Syllables Cannot Hold Him: “In the Bleak Midwinter” and the Grandeur of God
Christina Rossetti’s choices of meter and scriptural allusion are no accident.
A Bawdy Theological Joke from C.S. Lewis?
Is a pointed quote from “Pride and Prejudice” carrying double meaning in an overlooked Lewis essay?
Ad Fontes Fall 2022 – From the Editor’s Desk
Senior Editor Rhys Laverty introduces the Fall 2022 Edition of Ad Fontes and asks how Christians should properly enjoy literature.
The Waste Land: A Biography of A Poem: A Review
A new centenary biography opens up Eliot’s great poem to both newcomers and devotees.
Stretching the Quadrilateral, Pt. 2: Crucicentrism vs. The Doctrine of God
Can the evangelical focus on the cross be reconciled with a classical doctrine of God?
Stretching the Quadrilateral, Pt. 1: Biblicism v. Tradition
David Bebbington’s famous “evangelical quadrilateral” can make sense of why theological retrieval unsettles some.
The Two Popes: A Surprisingly Timely Revival
Despite the script’s shortcomings, the Queen’s death threw this British revival into an interesting new light.