Eliot and Irons ~ The Imaginative Conservative

Hearing T.S. Eliot’s poems read brings us back to the haunting beauty of the words themselves, and hearing the words unlocks Eliot’s powerful imagery, just as he would have wanted. Jeremy Irons’ classic rendition empowers this strange transaction, and through the words we are taken beyond the words to the realm of the Word… (essay by Dwight Longenecker)
— Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2019/03/ts-eliot-jeremy-irons-dwight-longenecker.html

Conflicted But Redeemed: James Como’s Life of C.S Lewis ~ The Imaginative Conservative

James Como’s “C.S Lewis: A Very Short Introduction” is delightful and is the single finest biographical survey yet written on the Oxford don. In a little more than one hundred pages, you’ll happily come to know the complexities of the most famous convert to Christianity in the twentieth century… (essay by Bradley J. Birzer)
— Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2019/03/james-como-introduction-cs-lewis-bradley-birzer.html