Way back in November, I wrote a list of my top ten fantasy books for middle grade boys starring girls. It’s taken me a while to put this companion list together – but here are a dozen favorite fantasy and science fiction books for teen boys with girls in the lead. 636 more words
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These ideas aren’t particularly original to me, but I’ll pretend like they are by giving them a name.
How good (how rigorous, how scholarly, how systematic, how analytical, how serious, how developed…) is the historiography on any particular topic? 717 more words
It has been long since my last post and, since summer is a time for personal projects, I would like to comment on a current ongoing project of great interest for “celestinistas”: a searchable on-line database of celestinesque bibliography. 343 more words
I’m not really the kind of book collector who fusses about rare items or first editions; it’s nice to find those sorts of things, and I can appreciate a beautifully-bound book as a work of art in itself, but I mostly think of collecting books as building a library for reference or enjoyment. 1,005 more words
Commentary on Micah 6:8 by The Reverend Carol P Ludden, September 1992
What Does the Lord Require of You?
SCRIPTURE READING: LUKE 19:11-27
In Luke’s version of the “Parable of the Talents” we read of a nobleman who went to a distant country to be appointed king. 2,973 more words