From climate change to the coronavirus, one tendency among writers and commentators is to an urgent, insatiable, almost sexual desire to cast unwarranted terror over other people.
There’s an inviting coziness about this time of year, perfect for shutting the computer down, putting the accursed iPhone away, and retreating to the beauty of printed pages.
Andrew McDiarmid concludes his two-part conversation with Michael Aeschliman.
Michael Aeschliman says that Lewis used classic arguments not always popular in today’s intellectual climate, yet never refuted.
An observation by Rowan Williams, that many of us “don’t want to be human,” is a profound insight.