1. Album Review: “Engine of a Million Plots” by Five Iron Frenzy

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    December 20, 2013 by Josh Darwin

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    Well this is a new one. The first studio album by Five Iron Frenzy in TEN years is certainly different. …
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  2. Oh, Holy Tweet!

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    July 20, 2013 by Josh Darwin

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    So I recently read in the news that the new Pope has decided to start granting indulgences via Twitter, which …
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  3. Man of Steel Review: Part 2 (SPOILERS!)

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    June 17, 2013 by Josh Darwin

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    My initial review was spoiler-free, so I decided to go back and write all my additional thoughts on the movie. …
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  4. Review: ‘Man of Steel’ Soars!

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    June 15, 2013 by Josh Darwin

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    Well, after a long wait, I finally got to see Man of Steel last night, and it certainly did not …
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  5. The Contributions of Christianity to Western Society

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    May 30, 2013 by Josh Darwin

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    As a scholar of medieval history and literature, I am fully aware of the [unfortunately] widespread belief that the “Dark …
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  6. Jason Collins: The Next Face On Mt. Rushmore?

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    May 1, 2013 by Josh Darwin

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    Okay, it’s time for me to weigh in on this whole Jason Collins situation. For those who have been living …
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  7. My Top 10 Favorite Debut Albums

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    April 19, 2013 by Josh Darwin

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    Well, I’ve decided that if I can write about literature on this blog, then I can write about music as …
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About this Blog

The Eagle and Child is an English pub that was frequented by the Inklings during the 1930s and 1940s. The Inklings were a group of British literary enthusiasts from Oxford, including C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, Owen Barfield, and others. In their weekly meetings, they praised the value of narrative in fiction, encouraged the writing of fantasy, and discussed Christian theology.

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