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My Review of Sarah Arthur's Between Midnight and Dawn

With the season of Lent upon us, I have found a wonderful guide to prayer and reflection for it with Sarah Arthur’s Between Midnight and Dawn: A Literary Guide for Lent, Holy Week, and Eastertide.  338 more words

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Where Most of Us Live: Between Midnight and Dawn

I don’t write book reviews often, and when I do, they’re usually of fiction titles. The review that follows is an exception, and it’s an exception for two reasons. 1,482 more words

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at the still point (a giveaway).

Multi-tasker I am, the first hour in our house usually looks something like this: Sesame Street or Curious George is on the television, of which Cancan is utterly thralled. 455 more words

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Maybe a blue carbuncle? ;)

The Head and Heart Behind Narnia

The Romantic Rationalistedited by John Piper and David Mathis:  A Book Review

Even though he died over fifty years ago;

Even though he was an atheist during his early adult life; 885 more words

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advent 3: sojourners in the land.

Today is the third in a December and January series on Advent, Christmas and Epiphany. Following Sarah Arthur‘s new book, Light Upon Light (which I can’t recommend highly enough), this third week looks at the theme “Sojourners in the Land.” You can find… 718 more words

Slow Christmas

Light Upon Light

Compiled by Sarah Arthur:  A Book Review

The problem with reviewing a book like Light Upon Light is that Sarah Arthur has done such a fine job explaining her purpose in the introduction that anything I say feels superfluous.  244 more words

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