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Q&A - An Implication of My View on Biblical Mythology.

Hello James,

Having read many of your interesting and enlightening articles on this site I am tempted to ask whether there is anything at all in the Bible that you do actually consider to be true? 573 more words


Investigating the closet

Hello dear readers! I know it’s been a minute. Work has been nuts, I’ve also been dabbling in other writing gigs. But I’m here now to talk about the mythology, psychology and even… 603 more words

Scroll I Visionquest

I remember.. I walked bare foot on the damp forest soil on that clear summer night. With my fingertips touching the bark just barely, as I pass by each and every tree. 152 more words


Curse of the Villages - Part 9-The Tables Have Turned

The witch released her grasp, she saw the small opening from where Rory came. Her eyes narrowed then looked back at the small Rory.

“Are you from outside this…this…place?” She looked around at the white room “yes, yes you must be!”. 615 more words


Liz Weston: 5 money myths you probably believe

Managing money can be complicated, and myths are often born from people’s struggles to make it simpler. But simplistic solutions can cost you instead of saving you money. 998 more words


What Art is For: With C.S. Lewis and Dr. Charlie Starr

I am pleased to be presenting a paper at the International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture in Glasgow, Scotland. This great adventure is mostly to present some of my doctoral research on C.S. 912 more words

C.S. Lewis

Harvest Home

The Anglo-Saxon name for September translates into “holy month.” With how busy everyone would be during the harvest it is unlikely that they were able to hold any large festivals but obviously this was a very sacred time. 819 more words