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The letter was from a big, big, big, publishing company.  Oh, boy! Addressed to me personally, sent through my agent’s offices. Oh, boy. Oh, boy. Oh, boy! 737 more words


Theology as Discipleship by Keith Johnson (Book Blurbs)

Keith Johnson’s Theology as Discipleship is a helpful work that explores the link between theology and everyday Christian life. Johnson recognizes that many Christians are opposed to the task of theology because it takes away time from discipleship, yet Johnson makes a strong case that theology done rightly is in fact integral to faithful discipleship. 138 more words

Kyle Rapinchuk

Almost Invincible Cover Reveal

It’s finally here! I’ve been anxiously awaiting the moment when I could show this to you guys, and that moment has arrived at last. I’ve been considering the cover for… 265 more words

Superhero Fiction

Beauty for Truth's Sake by Stratford Caldecott (Book Blurbs)

In Beauty for Truth’s Sake, Caldecott provides an excellent defense of the need to infuse wonder and poetic imagination into our education, and through beauty to bring about a re-enchantment in education.  167 more words

Classical Christian Education

A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess (Book Blurbs)

This book is both brilliant and disturbing. It all too well examines the evil of the human heart and explores the nature of free will in some interesting ways. 100 more words

Kyle Rapinchuk

Book Blurbs: The Woman in Cabin 10

Book Blurbs is a monthly peek into our book club meetings, where we share our random thoughts or opinions on the book we selected for the month. 616 more words

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