Monthly Archives: April 2012

Book Review: A Man For All Seasons by Robert Bolt

“I die the King’s Good Servant, but God‘s first.” – Thomas More, July 6, 1535 It all came down to one decision. It was simple, really. Would the right honorable gentleman assent to a question posed to all Englishmen by … Continue reading

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Lecture Review: Eric Metaxas, author of Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy

I’d seen him once before. A December night on C-SPAN – and, likely, a rebroadcast. He spoke in what looked like a community center or senior high classroom to a smallish group of older, dispassionate adults. His topic was Dietrich … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Imposter by Georges Bernanos

As a priest, Father Cenabre was a paragon. He was austere in his habits, scrupulous in his adherence to Church precepts, rigorous in his intellectual writings, and freely fluent among fellow Parisian sophisticates. He would earnestly make and hear Confession, … Continue reading

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