It Just Occurred to Me to See if my Library Carried These Books and February 9, 2010
Under Her Wing book written by a local woman February 8, 2010
Photo by Kevin Anderson Lawrence Journal World. Denise Gossage has written a book on her experience raising a child with developmental disabilities
I read this article and just felt like it was something that needed to be saved and shared. I hope that just the right person will pop by my blog and be blessed with this information.
Does Anyone Know of Someone Who Represents a True Christian Response February 5, 2010
than the person who conducted this interview with Christopher Hitchens. Good grief.
and is Hitchens atheism really “pantheism” a “religion for people who crave transcendence (as we humans do) but who don’t want to deal with a personal god. But he explains why pantheism, in that way, is true neither to reality, nor to what makes us human.
(As an aside, Orthodox Christianity has a similar but profoundly different metaphysic, one called “panentheism.” It teaches that God, in His energies, infuses created matter, but that created matter is not God (as pantheism would have it).)” Quote from this article http://blog.beliefnet.com/crunchycon/2009/12/avatar-princess-and-hollywoods.html
Fascinating Story February 1, 2010
Have I Mentioned That My Son January 30, 2010
is very interested in time and space distortion, the fabric of space, expanding of distortion in space; I have no idea really what any of it is but I am trying to find information and books for him about these topics. I found this list of books to further check into. I’ve got a few already on order from the library.
E = mc2: A Biography of the World’s Most Famous Equation
by David Bodanis. Walker Books, 2005.
Einstein’s Cosmos: How Albert Einstein’s Vision Transformed Our Understanding of Space and Time
by Michio Kaku. W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 2004.
Einstein 1905: The Standard of Greatness
by John S. Rigden. Harvard University Press, 2005.
Lise Meitner: A Life in Physics
by Ruth Lewin Sime. University of California Press, 1997.
Einstein’s Miraculous Year: Five Papers That Changed the Face of Physics
by John Stachel, ed. Princeton University Press, 1998.
Albert Einstein’s Vision: Remarkable Discoveries That Shaped Modern Science
by Barry Parker. Prometheus Books, 2004.
The Expanded Quotable Einstein
by Alice Calaprice, ed. Princeton University Press, 2000.
Dear Professor Einstein: Albert Einstein’s Letters to and From Children
by Alice Calaprice, ed. Prometheus Books, 2002.
PS I think he may have figured out what LOST is about. He scares me a little.
Book Recommendation January 27, 2010
I NEED TO GO BACK AN GET THE LINK TO THIS. I DIDN’T REALIZE I DIDN’T HAVE IT!
“Per Emily’s request in a previous comment, I thought I’d post a short list of my absolute favorite books. This one is entirely fiction, mostly novels with a few children’s tales thrown in for their rare quality of wonder. God in his mercy knew I would need story to come to terms with life and godliness and to be honest, these tales have been some of my most poignant spiritual mentors. But they are also my rest and delight, my comfort after long, dusty days, my friends in the twilight of evening. You probably know many of these, but perhaps you’ll find a new literary adventure, and that is always worthwhile.”
The Dean’s Watch
The Hawk and the Dove
The Man Who Was Thursday
The Father Brown Mysteries
At the Back of the North Wind
The Highlander’s Last Song
The Marquis’ Secret
Peace Like A River
Death Comes for the Archbishop
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
The Space Trilogy
The Great Divorce
The Chronicles of Narnia
Our Mutual Friend
Hue and Cry
A Wrinkle In Time
A Wind in the Door
The Brothers Karamazov
Dreams of a Ridiculous Man
The Story Girl
Coffee Tea Books and Me: “Cozy” book and film recommendations #1 January 26, 2010
I am always looking for book recommendations and came across these: