Book Review: Inferno, by Dan Brown

Dan Brown is no literary genius...nor a good scientist

Worshipping the State: How Liberalism Became Our State Religion

Benjamin Wiker explains the history of secularism in his new book

The Crisis of Everyday Idols, And How to Get Rid of Them

Elizabeth Scalia challenges readers in a new book to root out the idols of everyday life

What Elizabeth Bennet Knew

In celebration of the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice

Why Didn’t C. S. Lewis Ever Become Catholic?

The Church of England was a different institution in his lifetime than it is today

Dan Brown’s “Inferno”: An Anti-Catholic Manifesto for the Culture of Death

Brown drudges up old overpopulation concerns precisely when much of the world is facing the opposite problem

C.S. Lewis: The Master of Narnia

His imagination took off once he became a Christian

Hollywood Actress-Turned-Nun Details Vocation in New Book

Dolores Hart had starred opposite Elvis Presley