Here is my latest review, of Charles Williams: The Third Inkling by Grevel Lindop: “Saint/Sinner” published in this week’s Weekly Standard. Advertisements
We Gather Together: The Religious Right and the Problem of Interfaith Politics by Neil J. Young Oxford University Press, 432 pp., $34.95 In this fascinating book, Neil J. Young, historian and independent scholar (PhD U.S. History, Columbia University) wants to complicate things. He wants to question the assumption that the Religious Right movement is,… Continue reading We Gather Together
Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C. S. Lewis by Michael Ward Oxford University Press, 2008 ($29.95, 347 pages, hardcover) Michael Ward, an Anglican priest and co-editor of the forthcoming Cambridge Companion to C. S. Lewis, begins his new book (portions of which appeared in the December 2007 issue of Touchstone)… Continue reading Planet Narnia
And yet another! Fortunate Fallibility Kierkegaard and the Power of Sin by Jason A. Mahn Oxford University Press, 288 pp., $74.00 I have to admit to an either/or, love/hate relationship with the works of Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard. At times I can read a book of his and be absorbed for days and nights… Continue reading Fortunate Fallibility
Below is a review of mine that appeared in CSL: The Bulletin of the New York C.S. Lewis Society. Thanks to Bob Trexler, the editor, for sending me the page. CSL 12 _ _________________________________________________________________________ Reading C. S. Lewis: A Commentary by Wesley A. Kort Oxford University Press, 312 pp., $29.95 Reviewed by Frank Freeman… Continue reading Reading C.S. Lewis
Here is my latest book review: Bad Blood which appears in The Dublin Review of Books. Go with the good.
Here is a link to my review of C.S. Lewis and His Circle: “Without Smarminess” from The Weekly Standard.