Cloudy with a Chance of Confusion: Obedience Clouded by Culture and the Importance of Memory for Virtuous Living in The Silver Chair (Theology through the Eyes of Fiction Series)

Have you ever found yourself in a moment, having just sinned, and you can’t explain for the life of you why you have just done what you did? I know I have. In fact, most sin in my life is of this kind. I don’t want to sin, and yet sin continues to wage war against me and I sometimes lose that battle. I know … Continue reading Cloudy with a Chance of Confusion: Obedience Clouded by Culture and the Importance of Memory for Virtuous Living in The Silver Chair (Theology through the Eyes of Fiction Series)

We Still Need to Know Things

by Rusty Osborne The wipers were swishing the April rain off of the windshield on our morning commute. Three days of non-stop rain had our kids longing for the bright days of summer. “Dad, when is the first day of summer?” came floating up from the third row of seats. “I’m not sure. Let me ask Siri…Siri when is the first day of summer?” “Let … Continue reading We Still Need to Know Things