I recently made my way through Mary Ellen Konieczny’s The Spirit’s Tether: Family, Work, and Religion among American Catholics as part of my attempt to… 472 more words
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In the late 1970’s the American owned Sheldon Leonard Productions teamed up with TVP, a polish production company to film “Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson”. Running to 24 episodes the series stared British character actors Geoffrey Whitehead and Donald Pickering as Holmes and Watson, with Poland filling in for late Victorian Britain as a filming location. 131 more words
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In these times of stress and strain when women are rubbing shoulder to shoulder with men in so many directions, a ready and fluent speaker will find many chances.
I just finished reading T. David Gordon’s Why Johnny Can’t Preach: How the Media Have Shaped the Messengers.
I wouldn’t give the book a strong overall recommendation as a general homiletics text. 262 more words
Very often when I’m figuring out what to teach, I find myself going outside of the classroom English textbook. In this feature, I take a look at those reading selections. 828 more words