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One on One with Jerry Root on 'The Neglected C.S. Lewis'
What readers of Lewis tend to neglect, are in fact the very books Lewis thought were his best and most important.
Are Great Novels a Thing of the Past?
Or are reports of their death greatly exaggerated?
A Christian Case for Reading Godless Books
Novels like "Girl, Woman, Other" offer something precious: passports to the worlds of unbelievers.
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Chosen by Valerie Fraser Luesse, a magazine editor, award-winning travel writer, and author of "Missing Isaac" and "Almost Home" (Revell).
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Chosen by Elizabeth Musser, author of "When I Close My Eyes" (Bethany House).
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Chosen by Paul Willis, professor of English at Westmont College and author of 'The Alpine Tales' (WordFarm).
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Chosen by Shawn Smucker, author of 'The Day the Angels Fell' (Revell).
This Fantasy Novelist Showed Me What It Means to Fear God
How Lois McMaster Bujold’s Hugo Award–winning stories depict reverence in the face of divine mystery.
What Shakespeare Taught Me About Ash Wednesday
On the first day of Lent, I’m reminded of a love that “alters not” and “bears it out even to the edge of doom.”
How Pilgrim’s Progress Helps Us Die
In the midst of churning waters, Hope directs our gaze.
When Great Writers Wrestle with Faith
Why have so many modern novelists and poets chased after (and fled from) God?
This Novelist Won Me Over with His Sincere Love of JesusSubscriber Access Only
I read Charles Martin’s Bible retellings with a critical eye. But the more I read, the more I found myself overcome with their spiritual power.
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Chosen by Katie Ganshert, author of 'No One Ever Asked.'
The Best Books Are Companions, Teachers, and Hope-Givers
A conversation on reading with an avid reader, “Book Girl” Sarah Clarkson.
Karen Swallow Prior: Good Books Make Better People
Why history's wisest figures have seen a connection between reading well and living well.
Walker Percy: The Hopeful Dystopian
The novelist’s darkly satirical lessons remain stubbornly relevant, no matter the news cycle.
David Foster Wallace Broke My Heart
Ten years after his suicide, I marvel at his genius but mourn the crushing burdens he carried.
The Maker of the Maker of Middle-earth
There’s something missing from Oxford’s splendid new Tolkien exhibit.
How Fiction Fueled Madeleine L’Engle’s Faith
How does a lonely kid understand that she’s loved by God? An author’s childhood holds the answer.
What We Lose When Hymnbooks Disappear
Tangible objects of faith play an essential role in binding a community of believers together.

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How I Explained Beirut’s Explosion to My Kids
How I Explained Beirut’s Explosion to My Kids
As Christian parents, our children must know we will keep them safe. But that does not mean keeping them comfortable.

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