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The Chronicles of Narnia Imagery

I am always pleased when I see Chronicles of Narnia referenced in other books. The pictures C.S. Lewis presents in his seven chronicles are used over and over again to illustrate other points. Here are some references to Narnia that … Continue reading

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Benefits of Doubt Part II

A couple days ago, I posted a quote from Timothy Keller’s The Reason for God. The concept of doubt being ok in believers was a bit of a new concept for me, but Keller explains well the benefits that come … Continue reading

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Benefit of Doubt in Believers

“Let’s begin with believers. A faith without some doubts is like a human body without any antibodies in it. People who blithely go through life too busy or indifferent to ask hard questions about why they believe as they do … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons to Read

Tim Challies recently posted an excellent article about why it is important for Christians to read mainstream literature. He made an argument for why it is important for Christians not to confine themselves to reading Christian books. It’s an excellent … Continue reading

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Books That Changed My Life

It’s difficult to pinpoint specific books that have changed my life. Generally, a particular book doesn’t change my life but rather the books I read have built on each other, gradually shifting the way I think about a subject. With … Continue reading

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Books to Movies

It’s always so satisfying to see a good book when it is turned into a movie that is true to (or in a few rare cases better than) the book. Here are some books that I really enjoyed and that … Continue reading

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Fictional Character to Life

If you could bring one fictional character to life, who would it be? This is a difficult question to answer. As I gave the question brief thought, two top contenders come forward. The first one that came to mind was … Continue reading

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