“The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian” comes out this weekend in theaters. It’s been nearly 60 years since the CS Lewis classic was published. I thought it might be fitting, before I go see the film, to reflect on one of the rich ideas found in the tale of Caspian: the theme of faith. Faith, to some, may seem like a drab topic, but I think we’ll find that Lewis’ account of the topic is far richer than most of our theological definitions.
Many thanks to Lasting Divergence for taking some time to interview me about Internet dangers. They’ve posted my replies to their questions on their blog:
Covenant Eyes staff gathered to pray outside their headquarters during the National Day of Prayer. We prayed for our nation and our world, and specifically for the people that we have been able to help through our accountability software. Here are some video highlights from our prayer time. Enjoy! For more info on how to pray for the the rise of pornography in the nation, read our post, “The National Day of Prayer . . . For Porn.”
About 8 years ago Project 86 released the song PS on their album Drawing Black Lines. According to my sources, PS stands for “Porn Song,” and gives a candid look at someone caught in their addiction. I’ve posted the lyrics below, and for your listening pleasure, a Youtube video featuring the song. Enjoy! For more info about Project 86 visit their website.
In Michael Leahy’s presentation, “Porn Nation: The Naked Truth,” he told students at the University of New Hampshire, “Porn is the 800-pound gorilla in the room that nobody’s talking about. I want everyone to see the truth of what’s going on.” Let’s continue our look at how some University students have critiqued Michael Leahy’s controversial “Porn Nation” talk. As always, I’d love to hear anyone else’s comments.