By Brenton Dickieson, January 1, 2016 Word Count: 990 Rating: G Summary: An analysis of Christmas as presented in Narnia, and a suggestion for how it could be used to understand Christmas in the real world. “Always winter and never Christmas.” This is the condition where we first discover Narnia in The Lion, the Witch,... Continue Reading →
A RITUAL IS NEVER HOLLOW By Lawrence Hall Word count: 80 Rating: G Summary: A poem reflecting on ritual. A ritual is never hollow; sweet words Happy ancient words from the dawn of time Sung through the air, refresh like a waterfall Discovered at dusk on a marching day A ploughman bidding his beads... Continue Reading →
By M. C. Pehrson Word Count: 58,880 (total) Rating: PG-13 for disturbing imagery reminiscent of Jesus’ Crucifixion Summary: When a Christ-like Savior comes to the planet Vulcan, Spock and his uncle Sparn must decide how to react, and how these unfolding events might affect Spock’s complex and often troubled family life. Chapter 1 "No, this... Continue Reading →
"Do you know, Potter, what I would have done to that damned sorting hat?" he queried, his voice falling in and out. "I'd have torn it...into so many pieces..."
"In the Darkest hour, when all that is Good and Holy seems lost, there rises like a small flame, the Light of Hope."
By Gina Marinello-Sweeney, March 26, 2016 Word Count: 283 Rating: G Summary: A poem about Jesus' passion and death, as rediscovered through a passion play. A young man, portraying Jesus of Nazareth Walked down the center aisle No, down the path Of the Place of the Skull He held a wooden cross before him The... Continue Reading →