Study gems of devotion, apologetics, and literary scholarship from noted author Thomas Howard. Possessing an instantly identifiable wit and style, Howard is a popular author and speaker with Catholics and Protestants alike. Born into a prominent Evangelical family, Howard converted to Catholicism in 1985—prompting him to write sympathetic and insightful Christian apologetic works. An English professor for nearly 40 years, Howard is also a leading authority on the fiction of C.S. Lewis and the poetry of T.S. Eliot. His acclaimed prose shines particularly bright in his works that bring to light God’s presence in everyday things.
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Thomas Howard is a highly acclaimed writer and scholar. A retired English professor, Howard taught for nearly 40 years, first at Gordon College and then at St. John’s Seminary. Howard was raised in a prominent evangelical home. His sister is well-known author and missionary Elisabeth Elliot. He became Episcopalian in his twenties, and then in 1985 at the age of 50, Howard entered the Catholic Church. A prolific author, he is known for his work on C.S. Lewis and Charles Williams, and has written many books such as Christ the Tiger and Splendor in the Ordinary.