Tagged: Arts and Culture

“Hot Books”

Relevant to a recent post: David Mills wrote in the September 2007 Touchstone (not available online at this point), Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 is a book often invoked...

Touchstone Magazine

Magazine Review In about two or three months Touchstone Magazine will be printing my review of The Spiritual Brain: A Neuroscientist’s Case For the Existence of the Soul,...

Compass Fading

From Kicking at the Darkness: I’m chasing the mystery. That’s a healthy response to The Golden Compass, from a blogger who finds the movie’s Magisterium more reminiscent of...

The Other Side of Christianity

Phillip Pullman’s take on the Church is unremittingly, unrelentingly negative; so much so that it seems that even for a nonbeliever, such a one-dimensional view would be boring...

Golden Compass Radio Interview

Last Monday Morning I had a talk about The Golden Compass with David McIver of Praise FM radio in western Minnesota. It’s about 8 minutes long, available here...