Another Post on Lilith’s Brood

Further reflections on Octavia Butler’s “Xenogenesis” trilogy. Read more

D’Aubigne on the Reformation

A 19th Century Historian’s Introduction to the Reformation. Read more

Hierarchy and intelligence alone cannot explain the problems of man

A science fiction classic misses the mark when it comes to human nature–but it’s still an excellent read! Read more

Faith, Family Take Central Roles in Fifth Middleburg Film Festival

Nine short reviews from the Middleburg Film Festival Read more

The Will Still Bound 500 Years Later

Why you should read Martin Luther’s “Bondage of the Will” Read more

18 Christian Books the Intellectually Curious should ACTUALLY Read

What Christian books should be read by the intellectually curious? These, of course! Read more

Wonder Woman and the Problem of Human Nature

An excellent movie with much to say about human nature, and little to say about gender roles. Read more

The soft corruption of the church

An ancient writer speaks to the problems of modern politics and church life Read more

“Duties of Parents”: A Dutch Classic on Raising Children

A Dutch theologian’s guidelines for parents. Read more

A Classic Writer on Disciplining Children

A Dutch pastor on how to discipline children with love, wisdom, and justice. Read more

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