The Twible is $.99 on Kindle today and tomorrow! That’s 95% off the Kindle list price.
We know the primary school version . . . but where did Thanksgiving really come from? And why did it take more than 200 years for it to become a national holiday?
Thank you, thank you to all the people who have followed The Twible from its beginnings as a quirky little Twitter novelty to its fruition as a full-fledged book. The book is out today!
Recent controversies about offensive content in books has me wondering how the Bible would fare under the same standards. Incest? Check. Rape? Check. Bestiality? Check . . .
I was delighted to interview Philip Gulley about his latest book, “Living the Quaker Way.” It’s about slowing down, finding simplicity . . . all the things I need to do.
Has it come to this, politicians grandstanding for the camera instead of working with one another to solve our nation’s problems?
Announcing not just one but two winners of the Twible logo design contest! Take a peek at the final logo and see what you think.
In the context of the whole Book of Ezekiel, the recipe is not put forward as a delightful whole-grain alternative to processed foods, but as a sign of God’s coming punishment of the people.
I have the day off work today. I’m celebrating my mom’s birthday. Had she lived, she would have been 72. So today is going to be a time for celebrating my mom by enjoying things we would have done together. I will eat cake. I will go to an art museum. I will read more […]