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The Crucial POWER of the JEWISH GOD.

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When people ponder about the appeal of Yahweh or Jehovah(or Allah for that matter), they generally focus on His monotheistic nature or his mercifulness. Through His oneness and goodness, He represents universal truth and morality for all men and for all times. 2,938 more words

Memories of Jason and the Argonauts (1963)

I can remember seeing this movie when I was just a kid in school, and was lucky enough to see in class, though I don’t remember which one, but it was probably either English or History.   410 more words

Drama

Creature Feature: Ray Harryhausen's Mythical Menagerie

They say there’s an exception to every rule. Normally, I would balk at this a little bit. But when it comes to my extreme dislike (okay, my sheer terror) of stop-motion animation, surprisingly, this is all too true. 1,601 more words

Mystery & Horror

Behind the Book: Jason's Adventures in Colchis

Happy Friday Everyone!

After the treacherous times he had last week, if you think Jason is getting a break once he reaches Colchis, you’d be wrong. 556 more words

Fiction

Mythology: Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes, by Edith Hamilton

My habit of reading came at a very young age; very likely from a propensity for inquisitiveness to inspect all things shiny and forbidden (to an active child) in my relative’s cupboard when I was under the care of my maternal grandmother in the late 1980s. 1,419 more words

Emme

Behind the Book: Setting Sail on the Argo

Happy Friday Everyone!

This week’s Behind the Book feature takes a peek at the adventures Jason had aboard the Argo on his way to fetch the Golden Fleece and how those mythological adventures tie into my upcoming novel… 816 more words

Fiction

Behind the Book: Just What is the Golden Fleece?

Happy Friday Everyone!

After meeting Jason last week and learning about his rather pacifist attitude toward his uncle Pelias who usurped power in Jason’s kingdom, you’ll remember rather than fighting for the return of his rightful claim to the throne, he simply accepted the challenge to go fetch the Golden Fleece. 518 more words

Fiction