“Consider the Lilies of the Field….”

One may think of this Bible passage when viewing these photos. Or he may remember the tale of Thumbelina, written by Hans Christian Anderson*. Certainly, I am reminded of The Lilies of the Field, both the film* starring Sidney Poitier and the book.* Whichever item this story brings to your mind, treasure what you see, … Continue reading “Consider the Lilies of the Field….”

Reposted: 4 Factors to Consider Before Including Physical Manifestations of God in Fiction

Enjoy this thoughtful piece by R. J. Sheffler, readers: Factors to Consider Before Including Physical Manifestations of God in Fiction The divine is an elusive subject to capture, yet humans have been fascinated with it since the beginning of time, exploring it through poetry, stories, music, art, and various other mediums. Whether God shows up … Continue reading Reposted: 4 Factors to Consider Before Including Physical Manifestations of God in Fiction

Cultured Characters – Why More Heroes Should Quote the Classics

The Conscience of the King Can anyone reading this article name a science fiction character – one who is not Star Trek’s Spock or the X-Men’s Beast – who enjoys quoting great poets and philosophers? I am speaking of popular sci-fi heroes known to the general public here; I am acquainted with other characters in … Continue reading Cultured Characters – Why More Heroes Should Quote the Classics