Category: Genre

“Birth Pangs: Spero” by AR Horvath

The setting is America in the not too distant future. Disease and War have brought the country to its knees but in doing so has created new opportunities. Beginning

“Birth Pangs: Fidelis” by AR Horvath

“Fidelis” follows the path of a man waking up in a broken world that is pockmarked

“Orthodoxy” by G.K. Chesterton

The wit and wisdom of Gilbert K. Chesterton continues to astonish new readers.

“Pascal’s Pensees: Thoughts on God, Religion, and Wagers” by Blaise Pascal

Blaise Pascal set out to produce a monumental work of Christian apologetics but his untimely death meant

“Lilith: A Romance” by George MacDonald

George MacDonald was a spiritual and literary forbear of writers such as C. S. Lewis, W. H. Auden, G. K. Chesterton

“An Examination of the Testimony of the Four Evangelists By the Rules of Evidence Administered in Courts of Justice” by Simon Greenleaf

A reprint of the 1847 second edition of Simon Greenleaf’s influential work examining the

“Commentary on Galatians” by Martin Luther

Martin Luther’s classic commentary on Paul’s epistle to the Galatians helped prod protestantism

“Historic Doubts Relative to Napoleon Bonaparte” by Richard Whately

The atheist philosopher David Hume unleashed an assault on Christianity in the 1700s that reverberates

“Phantastes: A Faerie Romance for Men and Women” by George MacDonald

C. S. Lewis reports that this book by George MacDonald ‘baptized his imagination.’

“The Pivot of Civilization and A Plan for Peace” by Margaret Sanger

The Pivot of Civilization was published in 1922. It contains Margaret Sanger’s belief that civilization