152 Insights To…Moving the Turtle?
C.S. Lewis: Mere Anglican, More Christian
“Remember your Aristotle—the universal form adheres within particulars. If you set out to tell a story about Everything, you’ll get nothing. It will be so broad and ambitious that it ends up signifying nothing. But if you, for instance, tell a story about an ordinary family in an ordinary Texas town, you might end up […]
You Are Not C.S. Lewis
Did you know that C.S Lewis loved Beatrix Potter’s books when he was a young child? In Surprised By Joy he described an early stab of joy after reading Squirrel Nutkin. Now, few people believe Squirrel Nutkin to be world-changing stuff. It’s just a silly story. But what about The Chronicles of Narnia? What about […]
My Beautiful Wife
Five Reasons My Family Absolutely Loves “Sing the Bible with Slugs & Bugs”
My post for this month is up at For the Family… And don’t miss Randall’s Live (Stage-It) concert online this Saturday morning! This would be a great opportunity to gather the kids and enjoy some wonderful music from the Bible. Our family has been profoundly blessed and wildly delighted by Randall Goodgame’s recent album, Sing […]
Tell Them and Tell Them Again
Liturgical Fads? 5 Questions for Thomas McKenzie, Author of The Anglican Way
I am delighted to share this brief interview with my friend, Thomas McKenzie. Thomas is a Rabbit Room friend, a pastor, and an author. When Gina and I make our annual trek to Nashville, one of the highlights (among many highlights) is visiting Church of the Redeemer to worship with the saints there on Sunday. […]
Against the Family at For the Family
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Are Fairies Real?
“‘Are there real fairies in the world?’ “I looked up from the mushrooms I was chopping to study my five-year-old daughter’s face. The cock of her head and squint of her eyes matched the skepticism in her voice. Not long ago, a Christian man who my daughter loves told her that fairies don’t exist. She’s […]