An early review of Mansfield Park and other novels shows Austen's Christian perspective, giving lessons by natural, entertaining, moral examples and not by preaching.
The new Netflix version of Persuasions: hilarious but far from Austen
Who murdered George Wickham? Many of our favorite Austen characters are suspects in this fun cozy mystery.
A delightful new variation by Shannon Winslow tells the story of Sense and Sensibility from Colonel Brandon's perspective, providing fascinating insights into this often misunderstood character.
A garden is refreshing, and all the more so when you accompany Jane Austen!
Why did it matter that Mr. Elton was a vicar, not a rector?
Anne Elliot shows Christian patience as she patiently endures suffering.
Wishing you all a festive and worshipful Christmas!
Thomas Rowlandson's satirical cartoon, The Parsonage, shows one stereotype of the clergy in Austen's England.
Laura Dabundo's new book, Jane Austen: A Companion, gives many insights into Austen and her world, including faith and science in that world.