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"Looking for the King" – Review

What would it be like to share a drink with C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and the rest of the Inklings? How would you like to talk with some of the most imaginative men of the twentieth century? Looking for the King (Ignatius Press, hardcover, 250 pages), a new book by Lewis-expert David Downing, is your ticket to these experiences. The … Continue reading

My Favorite 15 Books of 2010

I love to read. When I’m not with my family or at work, and when I’m not organizing my library, you will probably find me behind a book. By the close of the year I will have read over 100 books–over 20,000 pages–a feat I can now cross off my bucket list. From that many titles, choosing the cream of … Continue reading

Joseph Pearce

A few days ago, I attended a Theology-on-Tap celebration in the Diocese of Orlando which featured a talk given by the illustrious Joseph Pearce. Pearce is literally a ‘gentleman and scholar’. His British idioms, sharp intellect, and refined charm evoke one of my favorite writers, C.S. Lewis, whom Pearce is vaguely familiar with. And when I mentioned that I entered … Continue reading

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