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White Gulls & Wild Birds: Essays on C.S. Lewis, Inklings and Friends & Thomas Merton (edited by Ron Dart, St Macrina Press, 2015)

– Joy Steem “Madeleine L’Engle’s Contemplative Vision”

– Matthew Steem “An Introvert’s Reflection on Merton’s Approach to Silence and Solitude”

Listening as Heroic Action in L’Engle’s A Swiftly Tilting Planet (Mythlore)

 

Elsewhere

Christianity Today, Her.meneutics,

Finding a Feminine Theology in C.S Lewis’s Narnia: a conversational reflection on Monika Hilder’s  A Feminine Ethos in Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia

 

Converge

Is Christianity a Dangerous Religion: a reflection on Ian Provan’s Dangerous Religion

Rediscovering the Good Samaritan: a conversational reflection on Alan Fadling’s An Unhurried Life

 

Off the Page (a ministry of Our Daily Bread)

Do We Have a Problem with “God”?

The Life of the Mind

What’s Success Got to Do With It?

Convenient Myths

What’s in a Name?

How to Pray When You’re Pissed at God

On Reflections

Radically Normal

The Moment the Chainsaw was Stilled

 

Clarion: Journal of Spirituality and Justice

Review of ‘Thomas Merton & the Counterculture’

 

Relief Journal: Art and faith unbound

Stubborn Patience in Paradise Lost

Food for Thought

Selfish Solitude

Guest: Limited Access. Leadership and listening

Christmas Gifts: Chesterton and thankfulness

Cat Dish Leadership: a conversational reflection on leadership

Don’t Worry, it’s Not Religious: a conversational reflection on Chesterton’s Everlasting Man

Jupiter Descends: a conversational reflection on heroism in Jupiter Ascending and Paradise Lost

Real Girls: What Amanda Palmer Taught Me About Vulnerability: a conversational reflection on Amanda Palmer’s The Art of Asking

The Motivation of Art: a conversational reflection on Chesterton’s Utopia of Userers, art and its motives

Power of Meditation: a conversational reflection on Daredevil and Thomas Merton

On the Longevity of Typewriters: A conversational reflection on Robert Grudin’s Time and the Art of Living

What’s Wrong with the World: Why Chesterton was Right: a conversational reflection on G.K Chesterton’s What’s Wrong with the World

Chesterton and the Latitudinarians: a conversational reflection on G.K Chesterton’s Orthodoxy

Space Making: a conversational reflection on Henri J.M Nouwen’s Reaching Out: The Three Movements of the Spiritual Life

What is Festival: a conversational reflection on Josef Pieper’s Leisure the Basis of Culture

Ponderings… on Verbicide: a conversational reflection on C.S. Lewis’s Studies in Words

Transcending Reality: a conversational reflection on Transcendence

Ye are my…?: a conversational reflection on John Macmurray’s “Ye are My Friends”

Wordsworth and Learning through Nature: a conversational reflection on Wordsworth’s Lucy Poems

Lessons from a Lusty Toad: a conversational reflection on George Orwell’s “Thoughts on the Common Toad” and Wendell Berry’s “The Art of the Commonplace: The Agrarian Essays

Love Letters of Cell 92: a conversational reflection on Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Love Letters from Cell 92

Of Beauteous Saints: a conversational reflection on George MacDonald’s Lilith and Gordon T. Smith’s Called to Be Saints: an invitation to Christian Maturity