Holly Ordway’s new biography of Tolkien finally puts his Roman Catholic faith center stage.
A new study on Bavinck illuminates his balance of Scritpure, confession, and individual consciousness.
The Gospel of J. Edgar Hoover: How the FBI Aided and Abetted the Rise of White Christian Nationalism: A Review
Brian Auten corrects a new study of the FBI’s alleged role in shaping American civil religion.
J. C. Scharl reviews a new edition of plays by Hans Sachs, an early defender of Lutheranism in both drama and verse.
Christian Heresy, James Joyce, and the Modernist Literary Imagination: Reinventing the Word: A Review
Richard Rankin Russell breaks with a book that shines a light on a troubling strain of religious heresy in Joyce’s thought.
Does this new book make sense of ther recent growth of Russian Orthodoxy in the USA?
A new three-part C.S. Lewis biography is exhaustive, making new revelations, though not without its flaws.
Calvin’s overlooked sermons on Job are a major addition to Calvin studies and a blessing to the church.
Matthew Colvin resists a new book’s attempts to blur the lines between Christian revelation and pagan divinization.
Brad Littlejohn reviews a new book that appreciates — but struggles to comprehend — the breadth of Early Modern Protestant political thought