His Dark Materials

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America: One Nation Under…What?

Recently Fox News ran an article entitled ‘God’ left out of Biden’s National Day of Prayer proclamation. Not that I questioned the veracity of the report, given President Joe Biden’s campaign to eradicate natural law from society as per his pro-LGBTQI policies, I was, nevertheless, compelled by curiosity to read exactly what the proclamation stated. [...]

Revisiting ‘Christian Art’

Two years ago, Todd created a schema for discussing Christian Art that I've found very useful, even as I've made some adjustments to it.  Todd originally suggested: Category one: Directly Christian works. This category comprises works of art that have the mysteries of the Faith as their direct subject; eg Christ the Lord or "The [...]

A Handsome Lie

Five years and $180 million later, The Golden Compass is at last opening in movie theaters across the country today. So what's the verdict?   Five years and $180 million later, The Golden Compass is at last opening in movie theaters across the country today. While Philip Pullman -- the author of the His Dark [...]

Philip Pullman’s Dark Materials

  This past winter, the illustrious and venerable New York publishing house Alfred A. Knopf published the third and final volume of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy. Its title is The Amber Spyglass, and it runs 518 handsomely laid-out pages. The English-born, Oxford-educated Pullman had earmarked his first two volumes for the "young adult" [...]

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