How J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis defied the spirit of the age.
‘A terrified and angry pacifism,’ C.S. Lewis wrote, ‘is one of the roads that lead to war.’
A traveling exhibit displays the most thorough collection in years of Tolkien’s wide-ranging creative gifts.
Last night I joined CNN’s SE Cupp to discuss Pope Francis’s new doctrine on the death penalty.
The British human rights advocate has worked to hold China accountable as the regime reaches “well beyond its borders to silence critics,” he says.
Reflecting on the prominence of the art.
“Propaganda about human rights abounds. Only statesmen with moral clarity can cut through the fog.”
Historians tend to disregard Eisenhower’s religious beliefs as political posturing but the truth is much deeper.
Human rights must be at the center of negotiations with North Korea.
A hundred years ago, Lewis was an atheist in the trenches of a terrible war.