Monthly Archives: June 2014
There was a young man from Maldavia
Who couldn’t believe in the saviour
So he erected instead
With himself as the head
The religion of decorous behaviour
The air is getting crisper, the nights are getting longer, and All Hallow’s Eve draws near. You know what that means: it’s time to curl up with a book guaranteed to give you the shivers — or at least make you check the locks twice. Here, for your horrifying pleasure, are 50 of the scariest books ever written in the English language, whether horror, nonfiction, or speculative futures you never want to see. One caveat: the list is limited to one book per author, so Stephen King fans will have to expand their horizons a little bit. Check out 50 books that will keep you up all night after the jump, and add any other scary favorites to the list in the comments.
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I haven’t seen you in 17 years but I still think about you everyday. Happy Father’s Day Dad.
Meyer is one of America’s most famous religious speakers, a Charismatic Christian who, of course, lives lavishly with several homes and a private jet. Her book on the Battlefield of the Mind for Teens has 4.5 stars on Amazon.
Here’s a similar statement from a man known for his humility, who refuses to live lavishly. I made this slide for my talk in Kamloops, and the quote comes from a radio broadcast last November by the Pope:
The denigration of reason in favor of obedience and faith is, of course, a constant strain in Christianity, both Catholic and otherwise. Nobody made more statements about the dangers of reason than Martin Luther. (Remember, too, that…
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