Jonathan Bates takes on the "Who wrote Shakespeare?" conspiracy theory.
From My Bookshelf
I was browsing around the movie section of a bookstore (because if you’re going to take a break from movies for books it should be for books about movies) and came
Dorthy Sayers, in her speech, The Lost Tools of Learning, outlines how the use of language is the primary goal of education, not the subject themselves, It consisted of three parts: Grammar, Dialectic,
Spending five years in a context that saw a consistent line of itinerant speakers really gave me an appreciation for local church preachers. People get so impressed when an out-of-towner speakes for a
I’ve been wading into the details of the liturgical year, so I asked Evan if he had any threads I could pull on. He promptly handed me me Volume Five of