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Study Guides for C. S. Lewis’s The Screwtape Letters

(Thanks for coming by, and click here to learn more about my new novel, Red Metal.) I recently led a class at my congregation, La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church, on C. S. Lewis’s The Screwtape Letters. It’s a clever, … Continue reading

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New play examines cryonics – science or quackery?

My wife, Pat, and I went to Los Angeles last weekend to see Rebecca’s Gamble, a play based on the novel Long Life? by Phoenix attorney Robert Begam. Both the play and the book examine the scientific, ethical, religious and … Continue reading

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Old Lutheran shows you can make a market of just about anything

About a decade ago, I first learned about Old Lutheran, a website devoted to providing “unique products and services that help our customers express their Lutheran identity.” You might not think there’s much of a market for this, but you’d … Continue reading

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