Reflecting on Shakespeare with Plato’s “Phaedrus”, and thoughts on repentance.
Rhys Laverty explores how theological retrieval makes all the difference in church life and ministry.
On New Year’s Day 1625, John Donne exhorted his hearers to circumcise their hearts.
Christina Rossetti’s choices of meter and scriptural allusion are no accident.
Is a pointed quote from “Pride and Prejudice” carrying double meaning in an overlooked Lewis essay?
Can the evangelical focus on the cross be reconciled with a classical doctrine of God?
David Bebbington’s famous “evangelical quadrilateral” can make sense of why theological retrieval unsettles some.
Despite the script’s shortcomings, the Queen’s death threw this British revival into an interesting new light.
Scripture, history, and wisdom all mean that republicanism remains a non-starter in Britain.
The history of Britain is the history of the monarchy, and this must be true of its future.
In 1610, there were Orthodox, Catholic, and Protestant claims to a Russian throne in disarray