For and Against Calvinism – Two Reviews for the Price of One!

Calvinism never really went away, but it has certainly grown in America with the "young, restless and reformed" movement.  As a burgeoning seminary student, (not really that) many years ago, I was interested in Calvinism.  It was a theology that I had never known growing up.  I did some study on it, wrote a research … Continue reading For and Against Calvinism – Two Reviews for the Price of One!

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The Halcyon Dislocation-Review

An island university disappears after a science experiment goes wrong.  It reappears in an alternate universe and the residents of the island must learn to live in their new world as hopes of return diminish. This is the premise in Peter Kazmier's story, The Halcyon Dislocation.  If you enjoy Tolkien, Lewis and other good fantasy, … Continue reading The Halcyon Dislocation-Review

Walking with the Saints – John Wesley’s Journal

In January I set out to read John Wesley's journal.  Over the years I have found great spiritual nourishment in reading the works from Christian saints through the ages: Theresa of Avila, Brother Lawrence, Julian of Norwich, John Calvin, John of the Cross and more.  Since I consider myself "Wesleyan" in my theology, I figured … Continue reading Walking with the Saints – John Wesley’s Journal