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National Review: Tolkien Film Fails to Capture the Majesty of His Achievement

05/14/2019

The central mystery that the biopic cannot penetrate is a belief in the sudden act of grace.

National Review: John Lennox, The Oxford Mathematics Professor Who Defends Christianity

03/19/2019

In his view, religious belief is entirely compatible with the scientific quest.

National Interest: The War over Liberal Democracy

02/14/2019

The Catholic medieval project, for all its achievements, ultimately failed to uphold one of the most transformative ideas of the Jewish and Christian traditions: the freedom and dignity of every human soul.

Weekly Standard: Tolkien, Lewis, and the Lessons of World War I

11/21/2018

How J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis defied the spirit of the age.

Wall Street Journal: What World War I taught the Clergy

11/09/2018

‘A terrified and angry pacifism,’ C.S. Lewis wrote, ‘is one of the roads that lead to war.’

National Review: The Maker of Middle-earth, in Gorgeous Detail

08/20/2018

A traveling exhibit displays the most thorough collection in years of Tolkien’s wide-ranging creative gifts.

CNN: Pope Changes Death Penalty Doctrine

08/03/2018

Last night I joined CNN’s SE Cupp to discuss Pope Francis’s new doctrine on the death penalty.

Weekly Standard: Chinese intimidation comes to Benedict Rogers’s mailbox

07/23/2018

The British human rights advocate has worked to hold China accountable as the regime reaches “well beyond its borders to silence critics,” he says.

Weekly Standard: Religion and the Renaissance

07/09/2018

Reflecting on the prominence of the art.

The Hill: When human rights are abused from all sides

06/29/2018

“Propaganda about human rights abounds. Only statesmen with moral clarity can cut through the fog.”