Chesterton on Progress

Lately I’ve been on a reading binge of G. K. Chesterton and C. S. Lewis. I have too much to say on the treasures I’ve found in them to possibly remember to blog about it all. That’s a shame. On the bright side, there’s still lots of good stuff to mention. One of my favorite … Continue reading "Chesterton on Progress"

Lewis on Animal Eternity

I recently read C. S. Lewis’ The Problem of Pain,¬†which I had avoided for some time under the impression that it was simply a stock presentation of a free will apologetic. I’m not a proper Calvinist, as most of you know, but I’m still far too Reformed to be interested in such an argument. But … Continue reading "Lewis on Animal Eternity"