True and False Manliness

Editor's Note:  This passage is one of the best descriptions of manliness I've read.  Note the date of its publishing and feel the full weight of how far we have slipped in our definition of what it means to be fully a man.  In this day and age, the world is in need of real … Continue reading True and False Manliness

C.S. Lewis and Poor Writers — Mere Inkling

C.S. Lewis seldom kept a secret his low opinion of poor writers. This wasn’t because he was a literary snob, it’s because he was a literary critic. Actually, the breadth of Lewis’ literary tastes was extraordinary. He didn’t expect texts to be more than what they purported to be, and could even enjoy the pulp […] … Continue reading C.S. Lewis and Poor Writers — Mere Inkling