Jul 29, 2009
Apr 14, 2009
I love Ithaca. Partly because there is no end of creative, interesting, and talented people. But I don't just love the people who pass through. I actually love place itself.
Here is... continue
Mar 19, 2009
We talk a fair amount at Chesterton House about the history and philosophy of science. Why? Because we believe that thinking well about science is crucial to thinking clearly about many... continue
Dec 11, 2008
Have you ever wondered about the connection between spam (junk email) and spam (junk food)? Spam (Shoulder of Pork and hAM) first became a... continue
Sep 15, 2008
Just out from InterVarsity Press, and making a big splash, is Andy Crouch's (Cornell '90) Culture Making. We'll have our own review of the book posted here shortly, but in the meantime here are a... continue
Jun 11, 2008
I just returned from Envision: The Gospel, Politics, and the Future. The conference was a mixed bag; there were some very good talks and presentations, and there were some of the... continue
Apr 23, 2008
C.S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia are among the best selling books ever. With over 100 million copies sold, what new could possibly be said about them?
In his recent book ... continue
Feb 6, 2008
"If God had been a liberal," someone once wrote, "we wouldn't have the Ten Commandments--we'd have the Ten Suggestions." Interestingly, the quote is used both by critics and defenders of... continue
Jan 12, 2008
The recent conference on The Opening of the Evangelical Mind, convened by sociologist Peter Berger, was outstanding. More on that soon.
Among his many memorable formulations, Berger... continue
Nov 30, 2007