David’s #4: Magic By G.K Chesterton

October 20, 2012 0

Should we believe in science or the spiritual(God)?  Religion or rational thinking?  Can they co-exist.  Is evil real and powerful or is it all illusion?  If something can possibly be explained naturally does that guarantee that it did not occur supernaturally?  Gilbert Keith Chesterton, a great Christian philosopher and writer, […]

Drew’s # 22 — The Gray Man by Mark Greaney

October 15, 2012 0

Another action-adventure full of big bangs, guns, McGuyver-style saves, and spies.  Like eating candy on a diet, this book is satisfying in the, but no doubt is doing nothing to help my MS… A lone, private operative finds himself the victim of a wicked double-cross right after a mission.  Just […]

Drew’s #21 — Animal Farm by George Orwell

October 15, 2012 0

Animal Farm spotlight’s the oppression of  a Stallin-esque socialist dictatorship.  A great read!  I actually read this just before Cassandra and I read the author’s larger work, 1984.  In truth, it’s easier to read Animal Farm–the whimsey of talking, self-governing, and/or scheming animals creating a gray, hopeless dystopia for themselves […]

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