Christianity · Theology · Writing

Wise Minds Think Holily: A Study of G.K. Chesterton and C.S. Lewis (Part Two)

Hello everyone— This is a continuation of a research paper I wrote on two of my greatest literary heroes. If you'd like to read the first portion, please click the "Previous Post" button below this publication. Thank you! No one has successfully summarized the legacies of G.K. Chesterton and C.S. Lewis. Each man has had… Continue reading Wise Minds Think Holily: A Study of G.K. Chesterton and C.S. Lewis (Part Two)

Christianity · Theology · Writing

Wise Minds Think Holily: A Study of G.K. Chesterton and C.S. Lewis (Part One)

Hello, everyone! Below is the first portion of a research paper I wrote as a finale to my composition course this year. I'm really proud of my work on this one, and I hope that, more than anything, you'll be able to gain an appreciation or even an interest into two of the most brilliant… Continue reading Wise Minds Think Holily: A Study of G.K. Chesterton and C.S. Lewis (Part One)

Literary Wisdom

Literary Wisdom: Father Brown Mysteries, Part Two

"'What we all dread most,' said the priest in a low voice, 'is a maze with no centre. That is why atheism is only a nightmare.'" ~Father Brown, "The Head of Caesar" Within the vast majority of beliefs and traditions in this world lies a needlessly complicated mess. The core of both modern and old religions exactly… Continue reading Literary Wisdom: Father Brown Mysteries, Part Two

Literary Wisdom

Literary Wisdom: Father Brown Mysteries, Part One

I never thought I'd willingly pick up another mystery book for the rest of my life until I met Father Brown. As a child, I loved mysteries, and would read everything from The Stolen Sapphire to Maureen the Detective to Nancy Drew. When I hit middle and high school, though, I was introduced to Doyle's Holmes and Poe's Dupin, and… Continue reading Literary Wisdom: Father Brown Mysteries, Part One

Christianity · Collections · Reviews · Theology

Three Favorite Masterpieces of Christian Nonfiction

If I am not reading classic fiction, chances are I am reading Christian nonfiction. I gobble up apologetics, theology, and any other genre that offers worthwhile insight into the greatest Book. But the best Christian nonfiction, let me add, does not lie in the self-help section of your local Barnes & Noble. If you want… Continue reading Three Favorite Masterpieces of Christian Nonfiction