Neuroscience and the Power of Speech

This article was originally published in my column at the Colson Center. It is republished here with permission. For a complete directory of all my Colson Center articles, click here. “Whoever guards…

Chesterton on Aquinas vs. Luther

In G.K. Chesterton’s book Saint Thomas Aquinas: “The Dumb Ox”  there is a section at the end where Chesterton describes Luther’s rejection of Thomism. There is not a little of Chesterton’s own…

The Baptized Imagination

This article was originally published in my column at the Colson Center. It is republished here with permission. For a complete directory of all my Colson Center articles, click here. In 1916,…

‘The Shadow of Ezekiel Bulver’

This article was originally published in my column at the Colson Center. It is republished here with permission. For a complete directory of all my Colson Center articles, click here. C.S. Lewis’s…

Longsuffering in the Christian Life

This article was originally published in my column at the Colson Center. It is republished here with permission.   “And meekness, as it respects injuries received from men, is called longsuffering in…

“Tears in Things”

This article was originally published in my column at the Colson Center. It is republished here with permission. For a complete directory of all my Colson Center articles, click here. “The heavens…

Solzhenitsyn Against Postmodernism

This article was originally published in my column at the Colson Center. It is republished here with permission. For a complete directory of all my Colson Center articles, click here. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn…

8 Gnostic Myths You May Have Imbibed

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8 Gnostic Myths You May Have Imbibed

I’ve recently been researching the history of Gnosticism and I am struck by the number of Gnostic tendencies that the modern church has imbibed without realizing it. This post assumes readers will…