Net Mending by Louis Markos

Book Review

Net Mending

Apologetics and the Christian Imagination: An Integrated Approach to Defending the Faith
by Holly Ordway

As an English professor at a Christian university who specializes in British Romantic poetry, I often find myself in the precarious position of defending England's second most naughty, faith-denying poet, Percy Bysshe Shelley. (I reserve first place for his friend and partner in debauchery, Lord Byron.) Still, despite the fact that Shelley wrote an essay on the necessity of atheism when he was in college and was an early advocate o . . .