Last night, October 17, 2016, I had the privilege of hearing the noted historian, George Marsden, lecture at Palm Beach Atlantic University on the topic titled, “The Genius of C.S. Lewis’s Mere Christianity.”
The lecture was based on part of Marsden’s book, C.S. Lewis’s Mere Christianity: a Biography which was published earlier this year. Doing a biography of a book is an interesting approach. But books like Mere Christianity have had a life all to themselves. So it was a very appropriate approach.
The Scripture is both a glass to show your spots, and a laver to wash them away.
How do you respond when you have a fine Sunday dinner waiting on you, and the preacher has gone into overtime? This Lyle Lovett song tackles this issue with a jazzy, humorous solution.
My favorite line,
If a preacher preaches long enough, even he’ll get hungry, too.
WARNING! – This video may make you turn up the volume and your toe may begin tapping.
We can easily slide into becoming overly comfortable with God. We begin to slip. We trifle with him. We take him for granted. Our Father who art in heaven, yada, yada.
During my days of hotel work, guests often asked for recommendations for local points of interest. These points might be things to do, attractions to see or places to eat. Concierge is a feature that points to destinations online for guests to this blog.
This edition of Concierge points out 13 places online which proved beneficial to me during June 2016. Enjoy.