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  • M Taylor posted an update 3 days, 23 hours ago

    “You Are Not Your Own” by Alan Noble is a great read from a Christian perspective on living in today’s increasingly impersonal world. Just over 200 pages, the author covers many relevant topics on the subject, including:

    – Being careful about letting community define what defines meaning for each person (not talking about moral relativism, but…[Read more]

  • Well being in a developing country Manipulation of AI built devices and instruments is like bewildering Simple backward villagers with magic tricks well today it is to be believed the technology is working those […]

  • “Tales from the Loop” is an eight part science fiction drama developed by Nathaniel Halpern; the series is based on an art book of the same name by Swedish artist Simon Stalenhag. The series aired in its entirety […]

  • He’s got so much to live up to…

  • “The Green Knight” is a medieval fantasy film directed, written, and produced by David Lowery and was released in the U.S on July 30th 2021. Adapted from the anonymous 14th Century poem “Sir Gawain and the Green […]

    • Very artistic trailer …. dark.
      Ok….I will have to add this to my list. I think I remember seeing a preview for this.
      I like Dev Patel….he is such a great actor.

      You are right about all of the King Arthur movies. I think my favorite is “Excalibur”

  • M Taylor posted an update 2 weeks, 5 days ago

    “The Mystery Of Israel And The Middle East” is a pretty good read on prophecy on the Middle East. Around 300 pages, the book covers many topics, including:

    – 7 reasons to pray for Israel.

    – Events leading up to Israel becoming a nation.

    – Rising Anti-Semitism throughout the world.

    – Ultimately, people, not land, matter more to God.

    – History…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 2 weeks, 6 days ago

    “40 Questions About Roman Catholicism” is another great addition on the “40 Questions” series by Kregel Academic. The book, as the title states, addresses theological questions about Roman Catholicism. The questions center around the historical theological, and personal questions about Roman Catholicism. Some of the questions include:

    -…[Read more]

  • For Monica.

    “The Vast of Night” is a film directed, co-produced, and written by Andrew Patterson. The film premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival in January 2019 and was later released in the U.S in May […]

    • NEVER heard of this but I will watch it.
      We have every pay channel on our televisions here so I am sure I can find it somewhere.

      I love movies but never was one for “writing” reviews. I have always felt….if the Movie Trailer doesn’t hook you….my words DEFINITELY will not hook you. So I alway opted for just posting a trailer.
      BUT with your gift for writing Jules you do such an excellent job at reviewing.

    • Hi Monica.

      Thanks for the compliment. . .and the plug!

      During the last year and a half there have been a lot of films that have come in under the radar – so to speak, because of the pandemic. Many have gone straight to stream while others – such as the new Bond film, have been held back until cinemas open again.

      There are gems a-plenty just waiting to be discovered. I myself had never heard of “The Vast of Night” until I saw the thumbnail on Prime Video. I clicked on it and began watching what is now my favourite film of the year. Another gem I came across was “I Think We’re Alone Now” – an independant film that stands above all others for its quality of story.

      Of course. . .there is the caveat that what I think is good, others might disagree with, but I always trust in the fact that people recognise quality when they see it. And the above mentioned films ooze quality with ease.

  • I don’t normally devote my blogs to film reviews as such, but I just watched what I can simply describe as one of the most disturbingly hypnotic movies I have seen in a while. Strictly speaking this is not a […]

    • I have to say Jules… REALLY need to do more movie reviews. You got me hooked. I am going to sign off now because I found the movie somewhere on my TV and I am going to start watching it.

      No pizza in site 😉

    • Ok….watched this CREEPY movie and have to say it was not something up my alley. But I KNOW my sisters and brothers would LOVE this so I sent them the recommendation.

      As for that disturbing scene you mentioned…… the ‘MELDING” of the 2?

      • “The melding” you got it right on.

        It wasn’t so much the visuals but the noises they were both making – it made me cringe with pity and disgust.

  • Jennifer Lynn Cochran's profile was updated 1 month ago

  • Creation began again.💋

  • M Taylor posted an update 1 month ago

    “50 Most Important Theological Terms” is a great read for anyone wanting to learn more about common theological words in Christian theology. Around 200 pages, here’s what I liked after reading the book:

    – Covers a wide variety of relevant terms.

    – Easy to read and understand.

    – Author mentions various views on the term.

    – Author mentions his…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 1 month ago

    “50 Most Important Bible Questions” is a great read for anyone wanting to learn more about the Bible, especially about difficult topics to understand. Around 400 pages, there are many things to like about this book:

    – Many relevant topics.

    – Easy to read, follow, and understand.

    – Author mentions various viewpoints and offers his own conclusion…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 1 month ago

    “Count It All Joy” by John Perkins is a great read by someone who has experienced much suffering (racial, health, etc.) in his long life and is well-qualified to write such a title. Around 150 pages, there are many things I liked about this title:

    – Very readable and easy to follow.

    – Writer shares his personal experiences and those of other…[Read more]

  • Congratulations to Emma Raducanu in winning the US Open Tennis Championships. Emma became the first British woman to win a Grand Slam singles title since Virginia Wade back in 1977.

    Emma we love you!

  • Aish wrote a new post, How God look like 1 month ago

    God is Sun like alive self illuminating light that nobody has seen but people deem him an alive star…it can heat on to melt mountains and eyes can’t see him..the way we deem him he becomes like…but God is self […]

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