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A review of an intriguing sounding film – Liberating a Continent: John Paul II and the Fall of Communism. It was 1978 and a Pole unknown to the Western World was elected Pope. To the Communist East, this event was as … Continue reading
K. V. Turley on Hilaire Belloc’s Hills and the Sea. When this article was first published, I was inspired to take the book out of the library. I did not regret it. It is a lovely work full of evocative … Continue reading
K. V. Turley gives a short account of the life of Charlie Chaplin, an imperfect man, but also a man of great creativity and humanity. Just more than 100 years ago, an English Music Hall artist was invited to California … Continue reading
The Bible is the Holy Book but there are many holy books. Not all of them are worth your time but some might just be. K. V. Turley makes a few suggestions. Reading can make a saint. The problem is, … Continue reading
Today, no quotation; just a link – to The Guardian‘s My Writing Day page. There, you will find links to articles written by various writers in which they ‘describe their typical writing day’. Start reading the articles here.
In this post, K. V. Turley reviews reviews a most important book – Did Jesus Really Rise From The Dead? by Carl Olson. As KVT says, the faith stands or falls by the answer… It has been out of fashion … Continue reading