Review: Behold the Lamb

This is a nice book that illustrates verbally and visually some of the symbols that a person will usually see in Church.

Poetry: Beowulf

“Do you want me to read it?” Before me sat half a dozen middle schoolers, watching with that wide-eyed curiosity and amazement that I know will be hidden in only a few short years. They watched and giggled and nodded their heads, some of them even cheering me on. They had already heard me read …

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Review: Objections Overruled

As with a number of other nonfiction books I have reviewed, I learned of Objections: Overruled from Issues, Etc. In fact, they are the ones who put the book together! And while I listened to a series of podcasts that addressed the subject matter of the book some time back, it wasn't until more recently that I got my …

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Review: Contraception and Christendom

While this book is a response a specific argument made by a specific writer in the LCMS, Hasselbrook addresses the broader implications and concerns of contraception, especially for Christians.

The Day of Pentecost, from Genesis to Acts

This Sunday marks another important point in the church calendar: the Day of Pentecost. This day marks the end of the Easter Season and the introduction to the “Time of the Church.” So what is the day of Pentecost? And why does it matter to you?