The Man Born to be King

Yesterday I received in the mail a copy of a book that I ordered nearly two months ago from England. It's the cheapest book I've ever bought online - it cost me roughly $2 + $10 postage. It's a first edition of Dorothy L. Sayers' The Man Born to be King: a series of plays… Continue reading The Man Born to be King

relative courage

“Few things are more striking than the change which has taken place during my own lifetime in the attitude of the intelligentsia towards the spokesmen of Christian opinion. When I was a child, bishops expressed doubts about the Resurrection, and were called courageous. When I was a girl, G. K. Chesterton professed belief in the… Continue reading relative courage