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How do you explain evil and suffering? When you look at a beautiful sunset or see any other great spectacle in nature how do you see it? 1,315 more words

The Testing of your Faith with other Worldviews

Sunday Thinking

17 August 2014

The Testing of your Faith with other Worldviews

“So the anger of the Lord was kindled against Israel, and he said, … 2,995 more words

Sunday Posts

Summer of My German Soldier

Since we’re still in the summer season, I wanted to write about a classic book set in this time of year, and Bette Greene’s Summer of My German Soldier came to mind. 530 more words


Recommended Reading: August 9-15

Below are this week’s recommended readings from around the internet. We moved this week from Winston-Salem (NC) to Saint Louis (MO) – there will be more on that later – so I apologize for the relative lack of suggestions. 130 more words


Musings on Writing

Lately, I have been considering in depth my place as a writer, what I want to write, the mark I want to leave on literature, the direction I want to take my storytelling–my “writing identity.” This is occasioned by the fact that my methods, aims, and storytelling interests have changed significantly in the past year or so, but my conception of who I am as a writer hasn’t changed with them. 1,119 more words


Freedom of the imprisoned mind

Beauty is not in the eyes of the beholder. It is that manifestation of the abstract that wants one to see and decipher the rarest of all calamities of the mind. 288 more words


Recommended Reading: August 2-8

Below are this week’s suggested readings from around the internet. If you think there’s a blog I need to be reading, please let me know in the comments section below. 140 more words