Creed or Chaos

During the Second World War, the English woman of letters, Dorothy Sayers, gave a stunning address on the importance of doctrine.  Published after the war as Creed or Chaos, the central argument of the book remains remarkably prescient: “Something is happening to us today, which has not happened for a very long time. We are waging a war of religion. …

A Mountebank’s Resurrection

“When I was a little child,bishops expressed doubts about the Resurrection, and were called courageous.When I was a girl, G. K. Chesterton professed belief in the Resurrection, andwas called whimsical. When I was at college, thoughtful people express…