A Brief Change of Subject

I read avidly and this year, I struck an interest in bios of presidents and long-gone authors. I used to avoid biographies, because it seems like most authors just want to share their opinion of someone instead of give an honest account of so-and-so's life and what so-and-so accomplished (or tried). David McCullough doesn't do... Continue Reading →

The Misconception of Love (Part I)

There’s a particular saying about which I’ve been itching to write, and it’s not unfamiliar to the church-goers of my generation. Rather, it’s dreadfully popular. I’ve heard it in churches, seen it on the internet, and read it in books. Once or twice I’ve encountered a stranger whose only words for anyone around him made... Continue Reading →

Abit About Abook

One of my favorite books is called Stepping Heavenward. My mom gave it to me as a gift for my tenth birthday, and I think I've read it almost twenty times since then. The author, Elizabeth Prentiss, wrote the novel as though it were an intimate diary of a nineteenth century girl. This diary records... Continue Reading →

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