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7 Questions With an Author: Mary DeMuth

This post marks another installment of my “7 Questions With an Author…” series, where I ask published authors an unchanging set of questions and share their responses here. Today I'm honored to feature one of the most accomplished writers I've had the pleasure of interviewing - Mary DeMuth. Mary has been writing since 1992, first as a newsletter editor, then as a freelance writer, followed by a fiction and nonfiction author. Her articles have appeared in an array of national … [Read more...]

Fairness Seems Fairly Unique to Humans…

We found a way to solve that ultimate fairness conundrum between kids - how to equitably split the final piece of cake, pie or brownie between our two daughters without one of them leveling claims of inequality because the other "got the bigger piece." What we do is we'll flip a coin to decide which of them will cut the last piece of dessert into two pieces. Then, regardless of who did the cutting, the other child gets to choose their preferred piece first. As the girls have matured they … [Read more...]

How Sin Mirrors HIV

Today I have an article featured on the Life section of Provoketive Magazine online. Provoketive is a great site that takes an unconventional look at issues of faith. My piece addresses the under-reported medical fact that HIV doesn't actually kill people - it merely allows other bacteria, viruses or infections to do the actual killing. That pattern is ironically similar to sin. Here's an excerpt from How Sin Mirrors HIV: ========================= Death Lives Within Us We all know … [Read more...]

Tough to Say “Happy Easter” After Reading This…

Many people ignore or take for granted the idea that Jesus was crucified more than two thousand years ago. However, the barbarism  of that mode of death was and is one of the most cruel means of tortured death. Today I came across this Medical Description of the Crucifixion by Dr. C. Truman Davis. These types of readings have been around for years. If you've never had the chance to read this type of description it'll be enlightening - however, the phrase "Happy Easter" seems … [Read more...]