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Interview — Douglas Kaine McKelvey, Creator Of Every Moment Holy 

By Tyler Hummel | October 25, 2023

The popular liturgical devotional has sold 350,000 copies in six years.

Book Banning in my Old Backyard

By Courtney Floyd | October 6, 2023
"Let Freedom Read"

Our Books Department editor explores what it’s like to be a librarian celebrating intellectual freedom while her hometown bans books.

Adapting Narnia On Stage: The Logos Theater Reflects On Staging ‘The Horse And His Boy’

By Tyler Hummel | August 9, 2023

The Logos Theater’s artistic director Nicole Stratton and puppetmaster Justin Swain spoke with Geeks Under Grace and reflected on their time with The Horse and His Boy.

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11 Beautifully Geeky Ugly Christmas Sweatshirts

By Shawn Bain | November 17, 2014

We geeks are a proud people. Whenever we make a purchase, we usually want it to reflect our inner geek. This usually leads us to buying things like coffee mugs, water bottles, clothing, and other everyday items from online specialty retailers that have our favorite characters or logos on them (since local stores usually don’t…

Review: Seconds

By jetpackpaul | October 15, 2014

If you’re familiar at all with Bryan O’Malley’s work, it’s likely the Scott Pilgrim series. I’ve been a fan of O’Malley for a while now, both with Scott Pilgrim and Lost at Sea, so I pre-ordered Seconds as soon as I could. O’Malley has a way of writing good stories with fun characters that go…

The Myers Briggs Geek Test: How We Stack Up With Our Fictional Counterparts

By Casey Covel | August 27, 2014

Every-so-often (read: “more-often-than-not”) the staff at Geeks Under Grace likes to feature something fun, unique, and (above all) nerdy. We challenged our staff members to take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test and discuss their findings, along with five fictional characters that they share a type with. If you’re unfamiliar with this test, I’ll give you…


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Review — 7Fates: Chakho

By Courtney Floyd | February 13, 2024

7Fates: Chakho is one of several collaborations between titan digital publisher WebToon and the hit K-pop band BTS.

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Review — Oshi no Ko (Vol. 1 & Episode 1)

By Courtney Floyd | April 25, 2023

Oshi no Ko is a popular anime of the Spring 2023 season, but how does the story hold up in both its original and adapted forms?

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Review – Akira

By David Koury | November 11, 2022

Forty years after the influential manga’s release, we examine if it still deserves its status. Check out our review to see the conclusion.


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Review — Star Trek: Lower Decks — Crew Handbook

By Courtney Floyd | December 19, 2023

Star Trek: Lower Decks — Crew Handbook ties fans directly to the show by giving them an inside look at how the U.S.S. Cerritos is run…sort of.

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Review – Elantris

By David Koury | November 8, 2023

Elantris is Brandon Sanderson’s debut novel, and one of the Cosmere’s earliest stories. Our review examines whether it’s worth reading.

Review — Verity

By Serena Bond | September 12, 2023

Colleen Hoover has gained popularity thanks to TikTok. Her suspense novel Verity is applauded as one of her best works. But, is it really?


Review – The Story of the Family

By Tyler Hummel | May 29, 2024

Chesterton Society President Dale Ahlquist gathers the great Catholic journalist’s thoughts on family together into one convenient and thought provoking book.

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Review — How To Use The Book Of Common Prayer

By Tyler Hummel | April 16, 2024

Samuel Bray and Drew Keane’s new book teaches how to pray the Anglican Liturgy.

Review — Thomas Jefferson: A Biography of Spirit and Flesh

By Tyler Hummel | February 19, 2024

Historian Thomas S. Kidd describes the flawed inner life of America’s third president.


Review – The Story of the Family

By Tyler Hummel | May 29, 2024

Chesterton Society President Dale Ahlquist gathers the great Catholic journalist’s thoughts on family together into one convenient and thought provoking book.

Classic Review — The Horse and His Boy (1954)

By Tyler Hummel | August 1, 2023

The fifth published Narnia book explores some of the darkest themes in the saga.

Classic Review: The Man Born To Be King (1942)

By Tyler Hummel | April 7, 2023

The Man Who Would Be King is an accessible work that puts the complex life and theology of Christ into the words of normal people.