A modern classic with a culturally-rich perspective on the history of temptation and the folly of man through the ages.
"Some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again."
A poetic polemic on pacifism
A reminder that it is only a modern accident which has rendered “fairy tales” as being fit for children.
An excerpt from a historical-fiction manuscript I had written
What a Biblically-tethered gothic masterpiece can teach us about unchecked sin in our lives.
Chivalry extends beyond those sacrificial deeds done in the light. Rather, true chivalry first requires a pure heart.
What some old butternuts can teach us about how we look at ancient writings
Biblical perspective for Christian's living right side up in an upside down world.
“There's many a man who never tells his adventures, for he can't hope to be believed.”
A little poem I wrote about where we've come from and where we're going.
Richard Adams' modern classic is wonderfully interlaced with folklore and a deep mythology.