Today’s upload to the Archived Articles section of the blog features three articles written for various publications over the years.

Distorted Desire and the Weight of Glory – is an essay on C.S.Lewis’ famous sermon, preached in the University Church of St Mary the Virgin in Oxford. It considers our twisted loves and what we really long for.

Dead End Ecumenism is published in the Politics and Culture section and looks at the history of ecumenism between the Anglican Church and the Catholic Church and where it stands in light of the Anglican’s recent decisions regarding women bishops and gay marriage.

English Churches Ancient and Modern is an essay written for Touchstone Magazine some years ago. It is published in the Art and Architecture section of the blog and considers ancient English churches in contrast to the monstrosities that were built within the last half century.

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