An interview with Architect Volodymyr Meshcheriakov, who led the rebuilding of the historical church in 2000–2010.
All discussions about Theosophical influences on Lithuania’s leading painter mention his mentor, Polish symbolist Kazimierz Stabrowski. What kind of Theosophist was Stabrowski?
All discussions about Theosophical influences on Lithuania’s leading painter mention his mentor, Polish symbolist Kazimierz Stabrowski. But what relationships did Theosophy have with art?
What if a politician advocating for a Christianity-shaped worldview is not a Christian?
50th Anniversary of Tolkien’s Death: A Previously Unknown Letter, C.S. Lewis, and Inter-Christian Dialogue
The great English writer died on September 2, 1973. An important testimony emerges from an unpublished letter of January 1969.
A scholarly article notes how in France “political power can be weaponized against minority religions with the backing of the state.”
A visit to the exhibition “Bergerac and Protestantism” and a dialogue on “basic orthodoxy” as a need in our secular age.
Bergerac is famous for literature, food—and bloody wars.
Reflecting on the US Founding and the later Roman Empire may serve the cause of social and political harmony and human respect.