A La Carte (5/22)

Dan Brown’s America
An interesting Op-Ed from the NY Times. “It isn’t just that he knows how to keep the pages turning. That’s what it takes to sell a million novels. But if you want to sell a 100 million, you need to preach as well as entertain — to present a fiction that can be read as fact, and that promises to unlock the secrets of history, the universe and God along the way.”

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An Interview with Max McLean
JT interviews Max McLean, focusing on his new one-man show which is simply a presentation of the Gospel of Mark.


God Made This Man Rich
Canada’s The Globe and Mail pens an article about William Young. “Young thinks a big part of the novel’s appeal derives from it not being explicitly Christian. There’s little or no Scripture in it. The novel, to Young’s mind, ‘has given to people a language to have a conversation about God, evil, suffering and healing. … a language they didn’t have before because all the language before has been very religious, loaded with religious land mines and everything else.'”


A Divine and Supernatural Light
This blog is dedicated to the life, works and legacy of Jonathan Edwards. Sounds like a good bookmark for those who love Edwards…


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