"Life is not so much beginnings and endings as it is middles, middles that don't measure up -- and our happiness depends on how we come to terms with the pale reflections of our dreams. (Paul D. Zimmerman, "Middles and Muddles," review of film "Sunday Bloody Sunday," Newsweek, September 27, 1971, 106)

Review: God Is No Thing (Rupert Shortt)

An excellent response to New Atheism
JCreation

Some high-profile atheists insist on arguing against propositions that no serious Christian writer would endorse. This (book) is a spirited corrective, argues Rowan Williams, covering the origins of the universe to the use of the Bible.

In one of his letters, CS Lewis repeats the story of an earnest atheistical school teacher instructing her young charges that all forms of animal life derived from the higher apes, under the impression that she was teaching them Darwinism. The anecdote is probably too good to be true, but it is a reminder that in any decently reasonable argument it helps to know what exactly it is that is being attacked or defended. Read more