Life of Pi

Last weekend, our family watched the film version of Life of Pi. I was intrigued by the story, and I knew there had to be far more to it, so I requested the book through our library's e-book system. What a fascinating book. It is not that I agree with the philosophy of the book or that… Continue reading Life of Pi

Reading, Social Media

Social Media in the Ancient World

I am currently reading an advanced copy of Tom Standage's Writing on the Wall. It is an interesting look into the way human beings have communicated in groups over the years. We often think of social media as an innovation of recent years, but when you look at human history, it becomes obvious that we have used… Continue reading Social Media in the Ancient World

Book Reviews

Review – Hiking Through

Paul Stutzman lost his wife to cancer. A Mennonite by birth and a restaurant manager by trade, Stutzman was used to being home and staying close. His family was very conservative, his life was under control. But the loss of his beloved Mary threw him for a loop he could not handle. Unsure of how… Continue reading Review – Hiking Through

Book Reviews, Reading, Theology

REVIEW – Perelandra

Lately, I've been reading a lot of books that have nothing to do with each other. For some reason, my reading habits got unfocused. Actually, I know the reason. Someone gave me a Nook and I've been playing with it rather than just reading a book through. As a result, I have several books going… Continue reading REVIEW – Perelandra