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Some thoughts on Confessions of an Opium-Eater, aesthetics, and living history.
An essay on Father and Son by Edmund Gosse.
A review of The Philosophical Baby by Alison Gopnik.
A review of The Longer I’m Prime Minister by Paul Wells.
An essay on the Canadian political spectrum.
An essay on Karl Marx, Jesus Christ, and politics.
A post about reading the Book of Isaiah en français.
A post on the pandemic politics GraceLife Church.
A post on Genesis, anthropology, and ideology.
An essay on E. M. Forster, Charles Taylor, and the politics of literature.
An essay on Genesis, Kierkegaard, and history.
A review of The Evangelicals by Frances Fitzgerald and Virgin Nation by Sarah Moslener.
An essay on Hegel and the history of art.
A post about President Trump and the ancient Rome analogy.
A post about the scope of unbelief today.
A short essay about The Republic of Love by Joyce Carol Oates.
A review of the movie directed by Paul Schrader.
An essay on wandering through the world of literature.
A review of Why Study the Past? by Rowan Williams.
A review of The Moral Vision of the New Testament by Richard Hays.
A post about Richard Ford’s novel, Canada.
A post on the practice and method of writing the history of religion.
A review of the movie directed by Florian Henckel von Donnersmark.
An essay on Northrop Frye and the politics of the human imagination.
An historical essay on how Hugo Grotius and religious apologetics shaped the Enlightenment.
An historical essay on Plutarch and Enlightenment conceptions of atheism.
A critical review of Justin Trudeau’s campaign book.
A review of Season Two.
An essay on interpreting the Bible.
A review and overview of the exhibit in Canberra.
An essay in the rise of the nones.
An essay on the politics of Jesus in the Gospel of John.
A post on Stephen Harper’s maladroit phrase.
A post on Alasdair MacIntyre and C. S. Lewis.
A review of the movie and its evangelical ideology.
2011 – 2016
A post on the evangelical response to Trump.
A post about my dad’s rejoinder to my childhood self.
A review of a recent book by James Crossley.
A review of Nick Spencer’s history of atheism.
A review of Apostles of Reason, by Molly Worthen.
A review of collection of essays on Christian historiography.
A review of A Public Faith, by Miroslav Volf.
A review of Jesus Christ and the Life of the Mind, by Mark Noll.
A review of a book about America’s founding and Christianity.
A review of Anatheism: Returning to God after God, by Richard Kearney
A response to a problematic article in Christianity Today.
A review of five books on the “new atheists.”