Frank Herbert’s Dune is arguably the best science fiction book of all time. The novel is a love story and it challenges the ideology of science, politics and religion—especially when they are mixed. From Amazon: Here is the novel that will be forever considered a triumph of the imagination. Set on the desert planet
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Today is the last day of 2014. I’m both excited and anxious to see what the New Year holds. I blogged a little more this year and I even grew my audience with simple promoting techniques. Below are excerpts from my top 4 blog posts of this year. Ironically, they are all from 4th quarter.
Over the years I’ve seen countless blog posts about how women should look good for their husbands. While this is true, I believe that Christian marriages have been relegated to ONLY superficial beauty and sex. The bible says that beauty is fleeting—meaning that no matter how physically attractive you are it fades over time. I
A few days ago I had a conversation with a pastor, who is a potential client, about a marriage conference he’s having. The theme is “wives submit to your husbands.” From a marketing perspective, I asked how he intended women/wives to buy into a marriage conference that made it appear that they are the problem
I have a confession to make. Well, it is more of an admission. Last night, and a host of others, my husband told me that I don’t forget anything. And, it’s true. It is so true that even as I work my subconscious mind is reminded of something that has happened to me in the
New York Times Best-Selling Author, Stephen Mansfield’s “The Faith of Barack Obama” is a respectfully written, almost unbiased commentary on the Presidential hopeful’s often misunderstood personal faith. In what some consider a controversially titled book,Mansfieldtakes the reader on a journey through Obama’s cultural, ethnic and religious lineage in an attempt to bring clarity and understanding