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Fathers of Many Children

February 6, 2018 L. Jagi Lamplight Wright 0

post by Superversive Press author, Thomas Davidsmeier “Yes, they’re all mine.” I’m often forced to give that answer when I’ve got my eight children with me out on an excursion. But, I don’t compare to […]

Superversive Literary Movement

Today’s Sermon

August 7, 2016 Ben Zwycky 2

I was preaching in church today (and translating myself at the same time, since there were a lot of Americans at the service). I thought I’d share what I said here, since it touches on […]


C.S. Lewis and his Space Trilogy

February 28, 2015 sciphi 1

io9 asks why C.S. Lewis’ Space Trilogy isn’t held up as one of the great works of the Golden Age of Science Fiction. The article is worth a read. C.S. Lewis is best known for […]


Christian friendly book rating?

February 16, 2015 sciphi 0

John C. Wright has an interesting post up that looks at the idea of a Christian friendly book rating, how suitable a book is for Christian kids, that sort of thing. I’m not really sure […]


Have you read Mere Christianity?

December 27, 2014 sciphi 0

Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis is one of those must read books, it is an excellent presentation of the basics of Christianity, cutting right to the core of what it claims and making a rigorous […]


 C.S. Lewis on Transhumanism

December 21, 2014 Ben Zwycky 0

“It is not the greatest of modern scientists who feel most sure that the object, stripped of its qualitative properties and reduced to mere quantity, is wholly real. Little scientists, and little unscientific followers of […]