Brief thoughts on poem by the 17th century mystic, cleric, and philosopher.
The Place of Images in the Venerable Protestant Tradition
The rejection of image veneration is a truly pan-Protestant position.
Poetry and the Metaphysics of Wonder
The best poetry follows from a robust view of creatio ex nihilo
The Art of Biblical Interpretation: A Review
The best chapters in this collection provoke readers to consider how they visualize Scripture when reading.
Religious Epistemology: A Review
A helpful primer on Alvin Plantinga’s Reformed Epistemology, but a poor guide to the topic at large.
“A place in the world”: The Generational Wisdom of Annie Ernaux
What does the newest Nobel Laureate for Literature have to say about the ancient question of passing things on to future generations?
The Apologist Retires: An Interview With Alister McGrath
Alister McGrath reflects on apologetics, the New Atheism, and Reformation thought.
Franciscans as Wycliffe’s Beloved Sons: A Complementary Response to Miles Foltermann
Whilst John Wycliffe lambasted the friars, it wasn’t all bad.
Nicaea II, Protestants, and Icons
How should Protestants think about the complex history of icon veneration?
Reinvention or Reaffirmation? Elizabethan, Jacobean, and Restoration Revisions of the Book of Common Prayer
Despite its various editions, the Book of Common Prayer returns again and again to the 1552 edition.