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The Most Resourceful Book

Just as Foster talks about in Chapter 7 and I touched on in the previous blog post, so many writers tap into the Bible’s vast resources and use it for stories, names, titles, and quotations in their literature. 485 more words

Fantasy Novels That Didn't Quite Make It

Someone, I think it was Mickey Rooney, once said, “If I have seen farther than others, it’s because I’ve stood on the shoulders of giants.” 352 more words

Just For Fun

The Lion, The Middle-Aged Woman, and the Screwed-Up Plan, Ch. 3

“Lion Crosses Path of Middle-Aged Woman” – the perfect headline for an article, had there been one, about a mountain lion that sauntered in front of my advancing car a few years ago, about 5 miles from home.  443 more words

Love Story to Narnia

By Lydia Wylie-Kellermann (First published at http://www.dlmayfield.wordpress.com)

Frustrated he said, “Well what would you do if you were trying to convert someone?” He had been following my mom around campus for months trying to convert her to be a Crusader for Christ by following the 5 spiritual laws of conversation. 941 more words

Biography As Theology

The "Myself Challenge" Day Three

For this post I decided to list books that I have read and would recommend reading. I really enjoyed these books for various reasons which ill explain individually.  504 more words

Books

On Jill Pole

My mother read The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe to me when I was seven years old. The ironic thing is that she hates fantasy (although, she says, she liked fairy tales when she was little). 517 more words

C. S. Lewis