Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism? Not the church, argues James K. A. Smith in this 2006 book.
Today’s Word of the Day, courtesy of www.dictionary.com, is aeolian, an adjective meaning “pertaining to Aeolus, or to the winds in general,” or “(usually lowercase) of or caused by the wind; wind-blown.” […]
It is no secret that I am a fan of science fiction and fantasy stories. For this Advanced Composition class, we were tasked with reading C.S. Lewis’ collection of essays […]
As a tribute to the exemplary students who graduated this year and last, we’ve put together an ebook of the best work they produced in an upper division English course. You can download the ebook here. The following is my introduction to the collection.
Today’s Word of the Day, courtesy of www.wordthink.com’s word of the day, is incredulous. Believe it or not, the adjective does not mean the same thing as incredible, which means […]
The film’s moral is that you should be careful what you pretend to be because you are what you pretend to be. That seems easy, but if you want love? That’ll take some work.
As I’ve grown up, I have attained the belief that we, as people, are characters. That may seem like a bizarre statement to say the least, but let me expound. […]