Summer 2023

Review: Pride and Prejudice

Pre-judged as “chick lit” (that is, literature for young women), fit only for AP English classes in high school, it would be salutary if men and women of all ages could swallow their pride and receive [Pride and Prejudice] as a challenge to virtue and wisdom.

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Review: On Giving Advice to God

The underlying theme of these volumes is Paul’s words in 1 Corinthians 1:25, “Because the foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the weakness of God is stranger than men.”

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Art in Our Lutheran Churches

In our contemporary culture, glutted as it is with cheap, fake images and thoroughly starved of real beauty, Lutherans would be wise to recover not only the pedagogical dimensions of art to teach, but the metaphysical power of art to communicate via beauty.

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