To those familiar with the Chronicles of Narnia, C.S. Lewis' novel Till We Have Faces A Myth Retold may come as a pleasant or even shocking surprise. This novel written for adults explores the dark side of love and fidelity.
Thomas a Kempis was a late medieval monk that underwent a monastic life. He focused on human unworthiness, self denial and mortification of the flesh, and the meaning of disciple of Christ. His meditation on spiritual life and zeal to imitate Christ in this work will open our eyes and nourish our...
Here is an overview of Lee Strobel's excellent scientific study entitled: The Case For Faith!
What is in the Book of Joel, who wrote it, when it was written and an explanation of the figurative language and literary devices used to portray its message.
A memorable trip I had experienced through the night. Even though I was unable to see in advance what I would experience, taking the bus was the wiser choice.
Time—often a great barrier, or hindrance, to accomplishing what we need to, or want to, accomplish. “Oh, if I only had more time,” is the common wish today.
Is God on the moon, in a tree or a car? Is he in the air, I breathe? Can I write a letter to God? Of course! And Mommy said, "Learn to obey God who created all things."
A Prose piece, expressing the Spirit of Christmas and not the modern consumerism; not the religious dogma to which it is attached.
In a word, to describe it all I think just might be deterioration. Changes are taking place everywhere, not only in my city, I’m sure, but all around the world.
Inspired by The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis, this tale of fiction relates the reality of life in these times. Any resemblance to real persons living or dead is purely coincidental.