The Exorcist Author Learns Death Is a Lie

Published April 29, 2015 at The Christian Review A Book Review: William Peter Blatty, Finding Peter: A True Story of the Hand of Providence and Evidence of Life after Death Regnery Publishing, March 30, 2015 256 pages, $27.99 Honesty is rare, and when it’s found in a book such as this the effect is quite… Continue reading The Exorcist Author Learns Death Is a Lie

Et in Jesum Christum: A Memoir by Julian Green

Julian Green, 1900-1996.

Editor’s note: In 1995 I wrote to Julian Green in Paris.  Green was 95 years old and was considered, and still is, one the greatest French writers of the modern age.  His many novels, memoirs, dairies, and books of reflection on saints and cities kept him in the public eye from his first novel at… Continue reading Et in Jesum Christum: A Memoir by Julian Green

Why I Rejected “Spirituality”

Michael the Archangel by Raphael

Deal W. Hudson I was newly graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary, a licensed Southern Baptist ministry now at Emory University studying for a Ph.D in Theology and Literature. Prof. Author Evans, one of my teachers, an expert at French and European literature, had invited me to take tea with him in the back yard of… Continue reading Why I Rejected “Spirituality”

Why the Wise Men Followed the Star

Deal W. Hudson Wise men have always looked at the heavens with wonder. For them, the night sky filled with stars represents the luminous, the utterly ineffable, the holy. With this sense of overwhelming awe, comes a question: “What lies behind it all?” Wise men don’t ignore this question by burying themselves in practical matters,… Continue reading Why the Wise Men Followed the Star