is excited to have partnered with Burns Family Studios on the successful April release of Beyond the Mask, created by homeschool alumni Aaron and Chad Burns.
Book" is a fantastic apologia
for books, written especially for children.
The title hardly captures what the book contains: a simultaneous apologia
both for Christian faith in a scientific age and for Christian engagement with what science is telling us about the universe.
Edwards contribute to the already considerable literature on political apologia
by identifying and discussing the various strategies Romney deployed to combat demands that he release more of his personal tax returns.
But I'll be putting in an advance order for retiring trainer Alan Jarvis's apologia
Newman was also a literary figure of note: his major writings including his autobiography Apologia
Pro Vita Sua (1865-66), the Grammar of Assent (1870), and the poem The Dream of Gerontius (1865), which was set to music in 1900 by Edward Elgar as an oratorio.
Winters' very first paragraph, which cites Augustine's Confessions and Newman's Apologia
, is a set-up: It presumes, as Novak never would himself, that he should or did intend a book to match these classics, and faults him for falling to do so.
The book ultimately positions itself as an apologia
for the liturgical reforms of the 1960s, boldly extolling the "excellence and superiority" (xx) of the current missal, albeit critically.
The kategoria is an attack on character, and the apologia
is the defense of character.
In June 1936, Herbert Faust presented an apologia
for the artist.
Bahar issued an apology note last week, immediately after the offending article appeared, and it even closed itself for one day as an apologia
The word apology is derived from Greek apologia
- meaning a defence or an explanation - and the issue of when to apologise is one that has always vexed humans.