Lewis, Tolkien, and the Shadow of War

Tolkien

Both J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis served in the First World War. Chris Gehrz has written on this: Tolkien, older than his future friend by nearly seven years, entered military service first, arriving in France in […]

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A Faith Not Worth Fighting For

Apologetics Journal

Tripp York and Justin Bronson Barringer (eds.). A Faith Not Worth Fighting For: Addressing Commonly Asked Questions About Christian Nonviolence (Eugene: Cascade, 2012), 243 pp. Pbk. When it comes to issues of nonviolence and pacifism, […]

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Religion and Violence Again

On the weekend I heard another claim that religion is responsible for most of the violence in the world. Although my initial reaction was, “Come on!” in another way I can see why people think […]

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