Night of the Confessor: Objective, Subjective, and God

Night of the Confessor: Christian Faith in an Age of Uncertainty by Tomas Halik My rating: 4 of 5 stars This is a dense book … so much so, as far as I can tell, that even the back cover blurb forces the reader to slow down, absorb it, and think. Night of the Confessor [Read More...]

2012 Personal Reading Challenge Book Report: The Politically Incorrect Guide to English and American Literature

The Politically Incorrect Guide to English and American Literature by Elizabeth Kantor My rating: 3 of 5 stars This is two, two, two books in one. There is the enthusiastic author who loves classic literature, understands the context and wants us to read it. And we do want to read it after she discusses it [Read More...]

On Monster Patrol: Reviewing “Night of the Living Dead Christian” by Matt Mikalatos

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… I had that sudden creepy feeling that something truly horrible stood drooling over my shoulder, and with a fear-fueled shout I spun around only to discover my neighbor Lara. Lara and I had gone to high school together, so it was this weird thing that she lived across the street now. Weird in the [Read More...]


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