What are the parallels between descriptions of Satan in the Bible and the demonic presence in Middle-earth. All is revealed:
It’s not often that we can look to the New York Times for good, interesting and healthy content. This article is a notable exception:
In my latest Faith & Culture podcast, I discuss with Christopher Blum my new book, Literature: What Every Catholic Should Know:
The Inner Sanctum of my personal website (jpearce.co) now has over five months of exclusive content, available to donor-supporters of my work. New exclusive content is posted every week.
Each week a new lecture in a 45-part lecture series on Tolkien and Lewis is released.
There is exclusive access to the rough-cut of a future Tolkien documentary.
There are so many things for which we should be grateful for the legacy of G. K. Chesterton, not least of which is the renewal of Catholic education:
The Imaginative Conservative has published the chapter on Manzoni from my forthcoming book, Literature: What Every Catholic Should Know.
In the latest of the weekly podcasts that I’m doing for Faith and Culture I discuss with Jared Staudt ways of building and rebuilding Catholic culture:
What role does art play in politics? How has literature served the cause of political freedom? In this essay, I address the role of drama throughout history as a force for freedom against the forces of tyranny: