For a long time, narratives played a key role in apologetics. Is it time they made a comeback?
Within their love of God, how should Christians order love for family, nation, and church?
A new three-part C.S. Lewis biography is exhaustive, making new revelations, though not without its flaws.
Find out what the Davenant Institute staff is reading this summer!
A physicist explains why C.S. Lewis and Augustine landed on the right metaphor for how God creates.
Why can we not bring ourselves to part with Jack Falstaff?
The surprisingly practical church calendar.
Is a pointed quote from “Pride and Prejudice” carrying double meaning in an overlooked Lewis essay?
Lewis’s lesser-known essays reveal some surprising perspectives on religion in the West.
How can Christians wisely navigate between competing approaches to apologetics?