I am listening to an audio book in my car. It is a book from the Jack Ryan franchise started by Tom Clancy and carried on now by Mark Greaney. The latest books are not as focused on naval submarines, ships and procedures as the original Clancy novels but they are just as fascinated with … More A President We Could Admire
We just purchased a house and the boxes we packed in Illinois are beginning to be unboxed and now adorn our new home in South Carolina. With a busy schedule, life unfolds out of the boxes in our garage in slow stages of discovery. Today I found the last box of my over 4,000 volume library and … More I Found Some Old Friends in a Box Today
Sunday Musings Kentland, IN For the first time on a Sunday morning, I was able to visit our outreach in Kentland, IN. It was a good morning of sweet fellowship with some familiar faces who are bringing the gospel of Christ to the Kentland community. Everyone did a super job and it was exciting to … More Ends and Odds and Weekend Quotes
Why Christianity is Not Understood Most of my favorite novels are Russian. Dostoevsky, Tolstoy and Solzhenitsyn are among the best. Their spiritual depth and cast of characters, as well as the intricacies of their plot structures and profound insight into human nature, are masterfully timeless. They are also saturated with gospel content and values that … More What Do American Christians Misunderstand about Christianity?
The article below is from Kairos Journal. I have read all of Percy’s novels and both of his non-fiction works. He was a provocative writer. His two book, 20 years apart series, THE LAST GENTLEMAN and THE SECOND COMING, are a powerful and patient evangelistic effort that sneaks in under the radar of most readers … More Walker Percy — A Novelist for a Deaf Culture
Zero time to post this evening so I thought I would pass on something I found in my files from Kairos Journal. One of my favorite mystery writers is Dorothy Sayers. I love her characterizations. I love her sense of humor. And I love the Christian worldview that permeates her stories. If you have never read … More Empty Churches and the Dull Dogma of Christianity?