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Happy Reformation Day, everyone! On this five hundredth anniversary of Martin Luther’s posting of his Ninety-five Theses, I am excited to share the news of a new book of Reformation readings that has just been released by the good folks … Continue reading
Our last episode of Mere Fidelity for a few months is devoted to a discussion of the book of the hour, The Benedict Option, with its author, Rod Dreher. We explore the questions of how the Church should relate to society in … Continue reading
My friend Andrew Wilson and his wife Rachel have won World Magazine’s Book of the Year award for their book, The Life We Never Expected. Their book is about the experience of parenting two kids with severe autism and the effect … Continue reading
On this week’s episode of Mere Fidelity, Derek, Matt, Andrew, and I are joined by a very special guest, Yuval Levin. We discuss some of the issues raised in his superb new book, The Fractured Republic, and his vision for a healthy … Continue reading
Matt Smethurst, the managing editor of the Gospel Coalition, recently had a brief interview with me about my life and books. You can read it here.
After a very pleasant extended break from blogging and Twitter, I am (temporarily) returning. Christmas has been thoroughly enjoyable so far, involving extended bouts of board gaming with family, lots of baking and cake decoration, debates about the merits of … Continue reading