The Church Building as a Sacred Place by Duncan G. Stroik

The Church Building as a Sacred Place: Beauty, Transcendence, and the Eternal by Duncan G. Stroik My rating: 4 of 5 stars Maybe it’s because I’m a convert from complete secularism. I just don’t see what’s supposed to be so great about the new-fangled churches that look like cracker boxes. Or like space ships. Or [Read More...]

Once a Spy by Keith Thomson

Once a Spy by Keith Thomson My rating: 4 of 5 stars I came across this thanks to Mystery Scene magazine where I have found many great recommendations. Imagine a super spy managing to live long enough to develop Alzheimer’s. What happens when he may inadvertently let slip some of the big secrets he knows? [Read More...]

Philip K. Dick’s World … And Ours

So what does Dick have to say about surviving and prevailing in this world? [...] Instead he focused on human decency, as expressed through empathy and sacrifice. In his work, characters often come through by doing the hard thing at the right moment. … This is what Dick has to offer — something beyond mere [Read More...]


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