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October 23, 2018
‘Overnight’ Sensation Proves It’s Here to Stay in Middleburg
Highlights from the Middleburg Film Festival
October 22, 2018
“Titans” Blurs the Lines between Good and Evil
Episode 2 of DC's "Titans" challenges our ability to tell the good guys from the...
October 19, 2018
“High-Rise” is an Urban “Lord of the Flies”
J.G. Ballard is a strange writer at the best of times. In the vein of...
October 16, 2018
Just what are “spiritual gifts” anyway?
A review of Thomas Schreiner's "Spiritual Gifts"
October 12, 2018
“Titans” is gritty, brutal, and thought-provoking
DC Universe's "Titans" blurs the line between brutality and justice, and opens the door to...
October 12, 2018
In First Man, Armstrong Carries a Heavy Heart on His Heavenly Mission
Big emotional moments may be missing in ‘First Man,’ but awe isn’t.
October 09, 2018
How the Church should stand on the story of the Bible
Review of "Biblical Theology" by Nick Roark & Robert Cline
October 05, 2018
The Romans may have done a lot for us, but what about the Byzantines?
A review of Averil Cameron's "Byzantine Christianity."
October 02, 2018
Praying rightly is hard, but it will change your life and the life of your church
Review of "Prayer" by John Onwuchekwa
September 27, 2018
Phoenix Can Be Quite the Joker in “The Sisters Brothers”
Both lovely and harrowing, “The Sisters Brothers” can be beautiful to look at—when you aren’t...
September 25, 2018
John Wesley gave me the Flu*
Important Disclaimer: For the first 70 pages or so of this book, I was fairly...
September 21, 2018
Darkmage is a book for Harry Potter fans
If you like fantasy (which I'm still on the fence about, despite being a Tolkien...
September 18, 2018
Augustine on the Manicheans and the Donatists
Volume four of the First Series of the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers (got all that?)...
September 14, 2018
Second Thoughts on “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea”, or When Books Die
It should come as no surprise to readers of this blog that I love books....
September 11, 2018
DC Universe looks to be a mixed bag
DC Universe has a lot of potential for comic book fans.
September 07, 2018
“In Search of Ancient Roots”, or why Evangelicals don’t have to get high
Just what is so attractive about Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy that a small-but-steady trickle...
September 04, 2018
Nancy Drew Reads the Title
Growing up, my teen detective series of choice was The Three Investigators rather than The Hardy Boys...
August 31, 2018
In which I find that I might be a legalist
If you had asked me before reading Sinclair Ferguson's The Whole Christ: Legalism, Antinomianism, & Gospel...
August 28, 2018
Review of “Demanding Liberty” by Brandon O’Brien
There are lots of things I'm ignorant of, but one field where my ignorance shames...
August 24, 2018
‘Support the Girls’ Shows Sympathy Toward Deeply Flawed Characters
A day in the life of a group of working-class women brings a light touch...
August 21, 2018
Review of “Contours of the Kuyperian Tradition” by Craig Bartholomew
Kuyper mania is sweeping the nation! Okay, not really. But at least in obscure corners...
August 17, 2018
Why Can’t We Be Friends?
A Review of "Made for Friendship" by Drew Hunter
August 14, 2018
Formulaic Fun Feels Fresh Again in “Crazy Rich Asians”
It’s taken 25 years, since “The Joy Luck Club” for Hollywood to offer another film...
August 09, 2018
BlacKkKlansman Ending Packs a Punch, but Getting There Is Tough
If you’re the type of viewer who values subtlety and nuance, BlacKkKlansman will wear out...
August 07, 2018
First Thoughts on “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea”
To clear up something that I've apparently just been wrong about ever since seeing the...
August 03, 2018
Third Time Far From Heavenly for Detective Dee
The third chapter of the Detective Dee series comes across as stale by comparison to...
July 31, 2018
In Russia, it’s cold and dark and then you die…
Thanks to an undergraduate class taught by a Soviet emigre (or refugee, his accent was...
July 27, 2018
Review of “Consider This” by Karen Glass
In the Neal household, there are children who are approaching school age. While we are...
July 24, 2018
“In His Image” answers the questions you should be asking
Jen Wilkin's new book teaches us how to be like God.
July 20, 2018
Moments of Resonance Don’t Amount to Much in ‘Eighth Grade’
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