Wisdom From Maud

A book series that I've been reading lately is "The Chronicle of Maud" (available at Amazon) by my friend, Amy Mantravadi. It's historical fiction based on the life of Empress Mathilda (Maud) in the 12th Century. Currently, two of the three books have been published. I highly recommend them, and in my opinion, this second …

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A Contextual Concern With a Forthcoming Book

One of the things which the Church will always have a concern with is the proper, Biblical relationship between men and women as this affects home, public, and Church life. I will admit, to start, that this is something which I have not fully studied. There are certain aspects, those which are specifically addressed in …

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A Dark Wrinkle in the Foggy Winter Wonderland of Middle Earth

Madeline L'Engle C.S. Lewis J.R.R. Tolkien These three authors are ones who I have enjoyed reading - quite often. I have read around 45 works from them combined, and this doesn't include the times I have re-read the major fiction series by Tolkien and Lewis plus several reads through "A Wrinkle in Time." In two …

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An Adventure In Romans, Part 10 – WH Griffith Thomas (Chapters 13-16)

Following are some quotes from WH Griffith Thomas's Commentary on Paul's Letter to the Romans. These are quotes that stood out to me as I have been reading through this commentary. This only covers chapters 9-12. Some background to this is posted here. I think most of the quotes are self-explanatory, but please comment if …

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